The park is located in the middle of the village, behind St Denys church and pedestrian access is via a public footpath from Honeydon Road or via a permissive path (suitable for wheelchairs) through the grave yard.




 We’re sorry but there are no public conveniences within the park nor within the village itself.

There is a small number of parking spaces (off-road) close to the entrance to St Denys church but please note these are often used by visitors to St Denys. However, the nearby 30mph roads are free of parking restrictions.



 Map of Country Park




Instructions & Safety

The Park is maintained for people and wildlife and to ensure the Park is enjoyed safely by everyone, all visitors are requested to note the following:-


Follow the Countryside Code and respect other users of the Park

Ensure dogs are kept under control and that excrement is picked up and placed in the bins provided.

Ensure young children are supervised at all times, particularly in the vicinity of the pond

 Please take home all litter

 Refrain from using metal detectors and from lighting any fires or barbecues within the park

 No powered vehicles are allowed within the park (except for disability and authorised vehicles)




The pond is almost 2m in depth in certain areas, has very steep edges that fall away very quickly and with dense underwater plants, swimming is impossible. Please do not enter the pond and take special care around the vicinity of the pond,

There is a life belt for use in an emergency.