Explore Buckinghamshire’s Country Parks

With extensive green spaces, woods to explore and some activities open, there is plenty to keep the whole family happy. Please follow all social distancing guidelines and check the parks' websites for information on which facilities are open.

Campbell Park

Did you know that Milton Keynes is home to not just one, but two beautiful parks? Campbell Park located in the centre of Milton Keynes, is a stunning example of a contemporary park. It boasts acres of beautiful green space, inspirational public artwork and even a top-quality cricket pitch.

Willen Lake

The other, Willen Lake, is one of the best loved parks in Milton Keynes which is home to a whole host of leisure facilities and activities for the whole family. Try a variety of watersports including wakeboarding, sailing and paddle-boarding, or take to the trees with Treetop Extreme.

Black Park Country Park

At Black Park Country Park in Wexham you can explore 530 acres of woodland, heath and open space, majestic trees and a 14 acre lake. Explore cycling routes and walking trails and the Go Ape Adventure, where you can swing from the tree tops of Black Park.

Langley Park Country Park

Langley Park is a beautiful, tranquil and historic country park with a variety of habitats for wildlife. Throughout the year the park is bursting with colour and splendour, and you can enjoy their trail guides, orienteering course, picnic areas and beautiful landscapes.

Denham Country Park

With 69 acres of varied landscape for visitors to enjoy, Denham Country Park makes a perfect day out for exploring. The park is surrounded with links to local footpaths, bridleways, the Grand Union Canal and the rivers Colne and Misbourne. You can visit their sculptures, do a bird spotting safari and family orienteering.


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