The Park is open from dawn till dusk. We discourage visitors outside of this time so that the wildlife can be left undisturbed for part of the day.
Occasionally the Park may be closed for essential maintenance.
How To Get Here
If you are coming from the Village, then go down Cokes Lane for about 50 metres and then turn right towards Dr. Challoner's High School just after the Library. The entrance to the Park is about 50 metres on the left.
For Satnavs, use postcode HP7 9QB.
By Car & Parking
Little Chalfont is on the A404 and can be reached easily from the M25 at Junction 18 by following the signs to Amersham. At the mini-roundabout in Little Chalfont follow the signs for Chalfont St Giles along the B4442 (Cokes Lane).
There is one hour free parking close by in the Snells Wood car park in Cokes Lane; see The Chiltern District Council Car Park for details.Free time-restricted street parking is also available in the village.
Path from the Car Park to the Nature Park
There is an un-surfaced path leading directly from the Snells Wood Car Park to the Nature Park. The entrance is a few metres to the right of the the re-cycling centre.
The Park is a 10 minutes walk from Chalfont and Latimer Railway Station which is served by mainline and underground trains. There is a frequent Chiltern Railways service from London Marylebone and Aylesbury as well as Metropolitan Line trains from Amersham, Baker Street and the London Underground Network.
Little Chalfont is not particularly well served by buses, but services are available from Chesham, Amersham, High Wycombe and Watford. See current bus timetables.
Some Things To Do
Our Visitor Code
As the Nature Park is host to a number of special species of plants and a delicate wild flower meadow, we ask you to follow our Visitor Code when you come to visit.