Trent Country Park

A park in , Enfield • Cockfosters Road, Enfield, EN4 0PS

Explore the park using the Waymarked Trails map, which can be downloaded or picked up in the park. It highlights historic and other features
Visit the newly restored wildlife pond on Limes Avenue and make friends with the ducks [no bread, please]
Meet friends at the cafe and take a gentle stroll or a long hike through the park's lovely fields and woods.
Support the Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service by visiting their petting zoo or cafe.
Learn about nature by reading the interpretation boards and see how many plants and animals you can see for yourself.
Find the geocaches hidden around our park
Running, walking, biking. Whether you like to move slowly or quickly, there are miles of trails to explore and lovely sights to see!
Volunteer for the Friends group and help them to make the park even better!
Take a walk past the lakes to the Water Garden and enjoy this peaceful oasis.

  • Historical features and landscaping
  • Animal/bird enclosure
  • Ornamental garden
  • Wild areas
  • Pond/lake
  • Treescape
  • Woodland
  • Wildflower meadow


Opening Times: Trent Country Park is open every day of the year from 08:00 am Monday to Saturday and 08:30 am on Sunday. Closing Times vary according to seasons

Trent Country Park comprises 413-acres of varied woodlands, lakes, meadows and other habitats and a heritage landscape. It draws over a million visitors each year from nearby and all over North London and beyond. It is your countryside next door, where you can enjoy active exercise, relax in the cafe or explore the diverse habitats and experience some restorative time in nature. Parking is available near the three road entrances but the park is also easily accessible from Oakwood or Cockfosters Stations and by bus, bike or foot. A lot of historic, environmental and other information is available on the Friends of Trent Country Park website, where you can also download a map.

Who you will find in Trent Country Park

Enfield Conservation Volunteers

Countryside maintenance

Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service

Wildlife rescue, petting zoo, playground and cafe

Trent Park Golf Course

Public golf course

Trent Park Equestrian Centre

Riding school

Southgate Hockey Centre


Go Ape Trent Park

Aerial adventures

Treehouse Friends

Woodland kindergarten school

Trent Park Museum

World War Two museum [in preparation]

Trent Park Running Club

Group runs for all ages and abilities


Developing amphibian habitats


Natural flood alleviation projects

Best place to check for events in this park

Friends of Trent Country Park Facebook page


The organisation with legal responsibility for Trent Country Park is London Borough of Enfield.

Trent Country Park is managed and maintained by London Borough of Enfield.

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