Bushy is the second largest Royal Park, with an area of 445 hectares (1,099 acres). Located to the north of Hampton Court Palace, it is home to around 320 free-roaming deer. Cycling is allowed on roads, and horse-riding permitted on rough grass.
This historic parkland with grassland, ancient trees, woodlands, ponds and streams, supports a rich diversity of fungi, plants and animals, and many species of birds and waterfowl.
Children’s playground and public toilets with disabled access are available. Pheastantry Café, open 10.00 to dusk, offers a wide range of hot and cold snacks, beverages and ice creams.
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This is the place to go if things are getting you down. You can't help but think...'oh my, life is good'...when you wander around here for a bit.
It is also the ideal place to go for a summer picnic, a spot of deer watching and some quality time with your ipod.
The woodland gardens are a hidden treat, the sort of place that im sure fairies MUST reside in..
It is truly magical and...more
Bushy Park is my local, so I know it well. In the warmer months I grab my bike and tool around the path that links around it. Listening to my i-pod, passing deer grazing, watching people whose activities range from the idle lying in the grass, to the Kenyans running team who live near by and train here for marathons; you can't get much better then this.
As parks go, it is big, but doesn't...more