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Trent Country Park

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Trent Country Park has over 400 acres of meadow, woodland and lakes, including a water garden.

It served as royal hunting grounds for over 400 years and was enjoyed by Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and James I. Camlet Moat in Trent Park is one of the borough's five scheduled ancient monuments.

There are dedicated walking, cycling and horse-riding routes, as well as picnic and barbeque areas. The Swiss Lodge Visitor Centre provides information, guided walks and a cafeteria.
Nearby is the Wildlife Rescue Centre which is home to a variety of rescued animals including deer, foxes, rabbits, pigs and birds.



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Reviewer: Enfield Resident Date of review: 14/03/2012
"Trent Park is simply stunning! It is very difficult to not fall head over heels in love with the wildlife, gorgeous trees, vast fields and beautiful lakes. Definitely a must see :)"

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