All of our play areas, sports courts and gym equipment reopened in Bushey parks on Saturday 4 July. To find out more about visiting safely please see our guidance for play areas and gym equipment

The parks in Bushey offer something for everybody, from the main park of King George Recreation Ground with its splash park, to the beautiful Bushey Rose Gardens.  Find out more on each park below.

King George Recreation Ground

Award winning destination park with a wide variety of play and sport including an exciting tropical island splash park.

The splash park is open between 10am to 5pm Monday to Sunday.

The open season for the splash park is from the second bank holiday in May until mid September.

Due to the good weather forecast, the splash park will be open this weekend - 21st and 22nd September.

The café is run independently from the council and serves a full range of refreshments. 

Visit King George Recreation Ground

Bushey Rose Garden

A wonderful small enclosed award winning garden in Bushey planted with more than 40 different varieties of rose and over 4000 plants

Visit Bushey Rose Garden

Mary Forsdyke Garden and Warren Lake

Formally landscaped garden and lake habitat in Bushey Heath. Walk across the boardwalk, relax in the garden and discover the many different plants on offer

Visit Mary Forsdyke Garden and Warren Lake

Fishers Field Local Nature Reserve and Fishers Park 

This delightful Local Nature Reserve in North Bushey is great for local wildlife...come and stroll along the welly boot path

Visit Fishers Field Local Nature Reserve and Fishers Park

The Moatfield

A historic site in the centre of Bushey that dates back to medieval times, now home to Bushey Rangers Football Club...and families of ducks

Visit The Moatfield

Windmill Lane Recreation Ground

Hidden away in Bushey Heath, the recreation ground offers play, relaxation and large oak trees

Visit Windmill Lane Recreation Ground