Fishers Field Local Nature Reserve & Fishers Park

Open all year

Including the new Fishers Park Open Space, North Bushey

Points of Interest

On Site Facilities

  • Disabled Access
  • Dog Free Area
  • Dogs Welcome

Park Information

It is one of only two dedicated Nature Reserves on the borough of Hertsmere and is registered as a Local Nature Reserve with Natural England.

Formally a dis-used allotment site, in 1994 the local community lobbied for this valuable area of green belt to be turned over to a public open space and Fishers Field was created.

From inception, the Friends of Fishers Field, all local residents, have worked in partnership with Hertsmere Borough Council and Countryside Management Service to manage, maintain, develop and promote the Reserve.

In 2017, a new public open space opened adjacent with a childrens play area, fitness equipment, seating area, King George V culvert and wildflower meadows.

How to get here

Parking: Limited parking is available on Fishers Close off Bendysh Road. Directions here There are parking bays for Fishers Park users available in the evening and weekends in Flora Road. Directions here
Public Transport Information: Further information on public transport is available here: www.intalink.org.uk and www.nationalrail.co.uk 
Cycling: No cycling is permitted on the nature reserve