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Trent Park, Enfield

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
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  • A well kept large park area with a lake (believe fishing permit needed), lots of walks long and short, cafe near main car park and smaller cafe selling drinks, snacks and ice creams near the animal sa...  read more »
  • The park itself is huge, and has lots of different things to do (a nature trail, an animal centre, a tea room, cafe, Go Ape, walking paths, a duck pond, fields big enough to picnic and play sports, wo...  read more »
  • We had a lovely walk in Trent Park, the grounds are kept beautifully. It's lovely to see the dogs being walked around, the joggers, the families walking etc. We had coffee and cake in the cafe, which ...  read more »
  • Trent park is part of the London Green Belt. On the outskirt of the busy metropolis it offers a natural ,rural atmosphere that can be enjoyed by all nature lovers or those who just want a peaceful walk surrounded by meadows, forest, and enchanting ponds any time of the year. It is popular with walkers, joggers,, cyclists and horse riders. For intrepid visitors there is "Go Ape" adventure high on the woodland canopy. Zip wires and rope bridges will offer great views and quite few hours of energetic fun. You can bring sandwiches for a quick snack or visit the cafe' if you feel a little thirsty or peckish. However you decide to enjoy the park, please be respectful of the wild flora and fauna and bring your wellies.
  • Beautiful open countryside. Lovely walking, especially round the lake. On the edge of London but all you can see are fields. There are also a couple of cafes and an animal hospital you can visit.
  • This Park is Great. Its amazing for Mountain Biking and is overall a very beautiful place! I love coming here at weekends but the parking can sometimes be a pain. But overall its worth a visit
  • The best restaurant with lovely coffee and cakes. The water Garden is quiet ! Best bicycle rides around.
  • Possibly the best council owned course I've ever played. Played from the white tees this is a difficult test. Only downsides are that in the winter it doesn't cope well and is VERY muddy, and in the summer a round of golf can take 6 HOURS!
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