Panshanger Park in Hertfordshire, is a 400 hectare Historic Park and Garden, registered at Grade II* by English Heritage.
Panshanger Park is 400 hectares of stunning Hertfordshire countryside and is a haven for both people and wildlife.
On a visit to Panshanger Park you can enjoy the surroundings of ancient woodland, veteran oak trees and views across the Mimram Valley.
Please check back to this section for further information on our future plans as the new management plan is being developed.
For Tarmac, the stewardship ethos embodies the responsible planning and management of land and natural resources.
Forest School is a specialised learning approach that sits within and compliments the wider context of outdoor and woodland education.
We welcome dog walkers and ask you to follow our guidelines so all visitors with and without dogs can continue to enjoy Panshanger Park.
The nature reserve part of the park comprises the lakes, River Mimram and surrounding habitats.
Please contact Murray Brown our People & Wildlife Officer to book your place on any of the work parties and events.
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