Langley Park is nestled on the Bucks / Berks border in Iver making it easily accessible for both counties and from both the M4 and M25. It’s a fantastic place to visit with the kiddies, we spent a few hours there on a sunny Sunday in June and would highly recommend it to families after some fresh air and to stretch the legs.
There are lots of well marked walking routes letting you choose a route and distance that suits your family best, and also beautiful gardens to explore. The main paths are suitable for buggies and great for bikes and scooters too. We had a great walk up past the beautiful lake and back around to the main parking area. There are stunning views and loads of wildlife to spot. We saw ducks, ducklings and swans on the lake as well as dragonflies around it. There were plenty of butterflies to spot through the fields as well as horses and cows. We brought the dogs with us too and they are welcome in most parts of the park, some areas you need them on the lead but there was plenty of opportunity for some off the lead ambling too.
There’s a great children’s play space, the Jubilee Play Garden, not far from the car park, suitable for children up to 12 years and open all year. You’ll also find a good café by the main car park serving hold and cold drinks, snacks, food and yummy ice creams with outdoor and indoor seating. This is also where the toilets are which have baby changing facilities. As well as a café there are plenty of spaces to enjoy a picnic so this park really does cater for all needs.
There’s a good size car park which is pay and display. We paid £3.70 for just under 3 hours which was peak. It’s £2.70 for up to 3 hours off peak. Charges may vary though and you can check them here before travelling. The machines took cash and you could also pay via mobile on card.
Langley Park is located on Billet Lane, off the A412 Uxbridge Road. Address: Langley Park, Billet Lane, Iver, Bucks, SL0 0LS.
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