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Parks in Potters Bar

Last Modified August 30, 2019
 

There are five parks and open spaces in Potters Bar to discover, all of which are uniquely different.

Oakmere Park

Discover the story of the Zeppelin crash or follow the tree trail in Potters Bar's award winning park

To find out more about the 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

Parkfield

Come and discover the beautiful Japanese Garden or get lost in the wonderful meadows...a real treat in Potters Bar

To find out more about the 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

Furzefield

King George V Playing Fields, Furzefield Woods and Lower Halfpenny Bottom Local Nature Reserve in Potters Bar

To find out more about the 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

Willow Way Open Space

With access off Willow Way and Ashwood Road, this open space has a fenced play area for children under eight, challenging play items for older children, basketball post, football goal and fitness equipment.

Kimptons Mead Nature Area

Adjacent to the allotments, this area of woodland and meadow is great habitat for wildlife.

 

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