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Trent Park, Enfield

(4.6/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Very easy to visit by tube from Cockfosters U/G station. just walk through the station car park & follow the signs. Many footpaths to walk on although some mud available. We used to walk here in Sprin...  more »
  • Arrived today at 11.15 am with the (Cockfosters) park very busy as it is half term. Most of the ladies toilets had no loo paper. Two hours later after our walk noticed cleaner swabbing floors in ladie...  more »
  • Although Trent Park is a subject of some rebuilding, there are plenty of areas that are absolutely lovely. The sunken garden, the daffodils in spring and the long walk down. Don't forget to visit the ...  more »
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  • A large country park with rolling hay-meadows, woodlands, kissing gates, trickling brooks and fragments of the original landscaping still discernible. Numerous amenities here but currently somewhat disheveled, probably until clarity on the future of the historical Trent House complex. This is an exceptional destination for nature lovers, amblers, cyclists, highly recommended and deserving of more publicity. Toilets however are.......challenging.
  • Lovely park, unfortunately only had an opportunity to visit for a couple of hours in the evening but from the little I saw it is a great place to visit for a nice walk. I would definitely go back and visit again in to see some more of it.
  • 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.
  • Pretty but unfortunately a little run down at the edges. There was a garbage issue when we visited today, and the place clearly needed a good clean up. Possibly to do with more traffic than usual due to the hot weather recently. Other than that there a big open fields, hills, a pretty lake and some forest parts. Went with my baby and toddler and they both had a great time.
  • Great family park.. great for dogs. Nice little cafe as well. Good day out