Barclay Park

Open all year

7.5 hectares of award winning park, close to Hoddesdon Town Centre, 1 route and 20 points of interest

Points of Interest

  • Barclay Park Car Park
  • Beech Walk
  • Beech Walk Entrance
  • Copper Beech
  • Coronation Trees
  • Jubilee Walk
  • Lord Street Entrance
  • Meadow
  • Ornamental Lake
  • Park View Entrance
  • Picnic Area
  • Play Area
  • Pulham Bridge
  • Pulham Bridge
  • Spital Brook
  • Sports Area
  • Spring Trail Commemorative Plaques
  • Woodland

On Site Facilities

  • Car Park (Free)
  • Disabled Access
  • Dog Free Area
  • Dogs Welcome
  • Pushchair Friendly Paths
  • Toilets

Park Information

IN THE LIGHT OF GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE AROUND CORONAVIRUS, ALL PLAYGROUNDS, PLAY AREAS, SPORTS COURTS AND FIXED GYM EQUIPMENT ARE NOW CLOSED AND SHOULD NOT BE USED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.  THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION. 

This Green Flag accredited Park is situated on a gentle hillside overlooking an ornamental lake.  Facilities include car parking, picnic tables, a duck pond, toilets, easy access pathway and play equipment.

The active Friends of Barclay Park group was established in 2011 and have been successful in attracting Heritage Lottery Funding which has been used on restoration of the lake, interpretation panels, new habitat creation and materials to deliver educational activities to local schoolchildren.

The Friends have also put together a 1.6km tree trail, the information leaflet is available here

 

 

How to get here

Parking: There is a free car park for ten vehicles accessible from Cock Lane, Hoddesdon.  Directions here On street parking is also available along Park View, or as an alternative, please use the car park at The Spotlight.  Directions here
Public Transport Information: Close to Hoddesdon Town Centre.  Further information on public transport is available here: www.intalink.org.uk and www.nationalrail.co.uk 
Cycling: -