Lee Valley Regional Park

In a nutshell

There are multiple activities to enjoy, from visiting the Farm to ice skating and boat rides down the River Lee. Pack a picnic and enjoy a family day out.


Pindar Car Park, Windmill Lane, Cheshunt

Contact details

Tel: 03000 030 610

Activity type

Active and Sport, Animals, Birthdays, Gardens and Open Spaces, Indoor Activities, Outdoor Activities, Trips and Transport

Suitable for

Ages 5 - 12, All ages, Schools and Groups, Teenagers, Under 5s

Price guide


(based on family of 4)

Lee Valley Regional Park details...

For a great day out with all the kids in Hertfordshire, go to Lee Valley Regional Park. Stretching for 26 miles between Waltham Abbey and parts of Essex and Broxbourne in Hertfordshire this 10,000 acre park has been transformed from old gravel pits to an inspiring country park for all the family to enjoy and was created by an Act of Parliament to be a Фgreen lung’ for Hertfordshire, Essex and London. There is so much to see and do here whether it’s a visit to Lee Valley Park Farms to see the animals, or to go ice skating or even to ride a horse. There are miles of surfaced pathways making it the ideal place to enjoy an invigorating walk or cycle ride (cycle hire is available) amongst picturesque surroundings. You can hop on an electric pleasure boat, pedalo, canoe or rowing boat at Lee Valley Boat Centre and navigate the River Lee or hire a day boat and enjoy the river. Let the kids go wild in miles of open space, while sitting back and watching the wildlife go by, or simply relax and unwind with a picnic. If you’re an adrenalin enthusiast, a trip to the Lee Valley White Water Centre (host to the London 2012 Canoe Slalom events) is a must. Whether you fancy riding the rapids yourself, or simply want to watch the action from the terrace, it’s well worth a trip! For more information and inspiration for your visit, go to www.leevalleypark.org.uk/rlcp.

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