Hughenden Park is located off the Hughenden Road (A4128). Access to the park is from either Hughenden Road or Coates Lane. There is a small car park off of the Hughenden Road.
The park has a play area at the Coates Lane side of the park.
Please note: you may not use remote controlled vehicles (including drones) or metal detecting equipment on any Council-owned open space.
Hughenden Park consists of some 25 hectares of beautiful parkland trees and there are magnificent views across open countryside. It is the largest park in the Wycombe area. The Hughenden stream runs through the length of the park. The park borders Hughenden Manor (external link), owned by the National Trust.
The park is popular with dog walkers, people having picnics during the summer months and walkers in general. Please clean up after your dog, placing dog poop in the red bins provided. We appreciate you co-operation as it helps keep our parks clean and safe for all users.
In the Spring there is a splendid display of daffodils across the hillside. In the Autumn the trees provide a vast display of colour as the leaves turn.
Managing the park