Enfield Chase

A walking/cycling route in , Enfield • Ferny Hill,

See Enfield's reforestation at first hand
Be on the look out for wildlife including red kite, buzzards and muntjac
Walk the rerouted London Loop - our own yellow brick road
Rest at the natural stop off points
Find the information panels
Help volunteer

  • River/stream
  • Treescape
  • Woodland
  • Nature reserve
  • Wild areas

  • Always open
  • Dogs allowed in all greenspaces
  • Follow the rerouted London Loop
  • Nature trail

Enfield Council have begun to rewild hundreds of hectares of greenbelt land around Enfield Chase as part of a large-scale landscape restoration project. This area was once part of the Enfield Chase royal hunting forest stretching from Enfield Town. Since 2020, more than 130,000 trees have been planted, ponds and wetland scrapes created and accessibility improved along the London Loop footpath. It will improve biodiversity, health and wellbeing associated with access to nature and volunteering, improved air and water quality, and the mitigation of climate change impacts. A short walk by train from Gordon Hill and Crews Hill Stations.

Who you will find in Enfield Chase

Best place to check for events in this park

Friends of Enfield Chase Facebook page


The organisation with legal responsibility for Enfield Chase is Enfield Council.

Enfield Chase is managed and maintained by Enfield Council

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