Open all year
Beautiful Green Flag park 5 minutes from the centre of Cheshunt with 1 route and 11 points of interest
Free car park which serves both Cheshunt Park and Cheshunt Park Golf Centre.
The skatepark is available for all to use, free of charge.
Please wear approved safety gear at all times (minimum of helmet, knee and elbow pads) and do not use the skatepark when wet.
Fenced multi-sports court.
Site of historical interest
WWII Pill Box converted into a home for hibernating bats.
Fenced play area
Pond with information board covering its restoration
Semi natural oak and hornbeam woodland.
Food & Drink
Cafe and Restaurant serving both the park and Cheshunt Park Golf Centre, 'The Place at Cheshunt Park' is open to all including visitors and offers Chef-lead, freshly prepared light meals and refreshments in a comfortable, fully licensed, relaxed setting. Doors open to a large terrace overlooking the greens for dining al fresco. The Place welcomes diners as well as those after coffee, pastries or bar snacks.
Site of historical interest
Find out more about the History of Cheshunt Park using the Timeline amphitheatre which was built on the site of the old Brantyngeshay, family home of the Debenham family which was demolished in 1970.
Located approximately five minutes drive from the centre of Cheshunt, the park is easily accessible with plenty of parking, football and basketball areas, refreshment facilities and a play area. Bring a picnic or simply go for a stroll and enjoy the views.
The active Friends of Cheshunt Park have produced an easy access history trail which provides a lovely route around the park with benches placed at regular intervals. A leaflet is available here
Follow the story of the park and its inhabitants (both two legged and four) from Roman Britain to the present day. An abundance of wildlife can be seen, attracted by a wide range of habitats includeing wildflower meadows, an orchard which hosts traditional cattle breeds, a newly restored pond and WWII pillboxed which have been converted into homes for hibernating bats.
Why not extend your walk to include Roundcroft Wood, a semi-natural oak and hornbeam woodland. Adjacent to the park is Cheshunt Park Golf Course, a par 71, 18 hole course.
24 November to 24 November, from 9:00amThe run starts opposite the playground. For more information, please see www.parkrun.org.uk/cheshunt-juniors 2km Junior Parkruns are held at 9am every Sunday of the year and are free to enter, but please register at www.parkrun.org.uk before your first run. Junior parkruns are for 4 to 14 year olds, whether male or female, fit or unfit, able bodied or not, you’re always welcome and it’s not racing, it’s about taking part whether you walk, jog or run. Children under 11 must be accompanied to/from the event by a responsible adult who must remain in attendance for the duration of the event.