Little Chalfont Nature Park

Little Chalfont Nature Park, in the heart of Little Chalfont, is a beautiful natural oasis created by and for the community.

A bit about us

Little Chalfont Nature Park is in the heart of the Buckinghamshire village of Little Chalfont. It has been created from the original, preserved natural grassland and woodland by the village community. It is owned by Little Chalfont Charitable Trust and run by Little Chalfont Parish Council. We opened on 1st June, 2016 and we are open to visitors from dawn to dusk all the year round. 

The Park contains a rare wild flower meadow, old woodlands and relics of its past as a farm, cherry orchard and pits for extracting clay to make bricks. There's marked paths, a place for picnics (with tables),  a story-telling arena and some wonderful animal sculptures. As well as being a tranquil oasis in which to relax and contemplate, it's also an excellent place for children of all ages to learn about the natural world.

Parking is available nearby and entrance is free.

See our website for more details.

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For visitors with visual impairments

Seating areas 

For visitors with mobility impairments

Grassland with some pathways 

For visitors with hearing impairments


For neurodiverse visitors

This is a serene place for people of all ages to explore. Great location to learn about nature in an uncrowded scenic environment. 

  • Little Chalfont Nature Park
  • Little Chalfont Nature Park
  • Cokes Lane
  • Amersham
  • Buckinghamshire
  • HP7 9QB


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  • Parking available
  • Children welcome
  • Disabled access
  • Guide dogs welcome
  • Seating available

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