Welcome to Trent Country Park 1 Trent Park extends over 167 ha (413 acres), made up of extensive areas of woodland, grassland, scrub and bodies of water. Situated within the Park is the historic Trent Park Mansion. We hope you enjoy your visit and take t
Trent Park’s biodiversity Learn about Trent Park’s rich biodiversity! You can now identify and understand more about the park’s flora and fauna, thanks to four illustrated boards that have just been installed. Funded by two Enfield Residents’ Priority Fund grants secured by the Friends of Trent Country Park, the interpretation boards highlight four areas of biodiversity: Trees – Located as you enter the Nature Trail. Birds and Bats – Located at the top of the path leading to the lakes, opposite the Wildlife Centre. Woodland Habitat – located in the Hadley Road car park. Meadowland Habitat – located just off Limes Avenue, near the main café. You can also view the board graphics on the Friends website or take them with you as spotter sheets. Please report back what you see and hear and where and when it happened. The Friends hope to bring you more nature-related resources and activities in the future and records about Trent Park’s biodiversity are important for our planning.