Hughenden Park And Manorphoto
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Hughenden Park And Manor

High Wycombe

Type of walk

Hilly, Flat, Forest, Park

What's here

Free Parking, Paid Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Animals On Route, Picnic Areas, Toilets, Refreshments Available, Wheelchair Friendly

About this walk

Hughenden Park is the largest park in High Wycombe and boasts amazing views of the parkland as well as access to Hughenden Manor grounds which are owned by the National Trust. Dogs can be walked off lead throughout the park although must be kept under control on the Manor grounds if there are cattle grazing. To the west of the park there is a wooded area which is especially nice in warmer weather as it is shaded. There is free parking in a small car park on A4128 or if this is full there is a lay by a few hundred yards up the road. The park has several picnic tables and benches which make it a great place to take the whole family. A circular walk around the park takes approximately 40 minutes. This can be extended if you go through the gates north of the park which allow access into the Manor grounds. My favourite time to visit is in spring when the grass is littered with daffodils!

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  • Dogswalks profile
    Dogswalks

    3 years ago

    Every thing you could need, for a great dog walk.
  • jasongci profile
    jasongci

    2 years ago

    Free parking at the church. Lovely walk
  • Dizzywalnut profile
    Dizzywalnut

    8 months ago

    Wonderful walk, a beautiful river where the dogs can play, perfect for families with a wonderful playground at the edge of Hughenden Park near Coates Lane, parking is free along this road as the small car park gets very busy. Take a camera as the views are stunning if you can walk up to the Disraeli Monument in Tinkers Wood, Downley (takes around 20 mins to walk from parking in Hughenden car park). There are only toilets available at the Hughenden Manor as the park ones were sadly closed a few years ago. I come here nearly every day as I love it so much! ps. the cows usually arrive in June and stay until September, however they are friendly as long as your dog is under control :)
  • Mamayaffe profile
    Mamayaffe

    4 days ago

    Brilliant, safe place to walk. Free parking, cafe and beautiful stream
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Valley Rd, High Wycombe HP14 4LA, UK View on Google

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Hughenden

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