Last Modified August 25, 2017
A Green Flag Award-winner since 2009, Parkfield has a variety of features including a Japanese Garden, lake and wildflower meadows. It is a natural open space and parts of it are managed as traditional hay meadow.
A Roman Kiln was discovered in the park in the 1950s and an archaeological survey was carried out with local schools in 2002. An information panel with all the facts can be found close to the site.
Our Jubilee Cycleway through Parkfield gives cyclists a safer route to get from one end of the town to the other. The footpath - for both cyclists and walkers - links the High Street with Darkes Lane via the park and Byng Drive as an alternative route to The Walk.
Find out more about cycleways in Hertsmere.
Where can I find it?
There are five entrances into the park - from the High Street, The Walk, Byng Drive, Billy Lows Lane and Richmond Court.
What does it offer?
To find out more about this park and over a hundred flagship parks across Hertfordshire, visit www.ParksHerts.co.uk. You can also like us on Facebook: facebook/ParksHerts, or follow us on twitter: @ParksHerts and Instagram:ParksHerts.