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Leavesden Country Park

Leavesden Country Park covers an area of over 110 acres (27 hectares) located off College Road in Abbots Langley. The park is formed on the grounds originally belonging to the Leavesden Asylum and St. Pancras Orphanage. The asylum and the orphanage were both constructed in 1868 and continued in various forms until 1995. Two of the original hospital buildings can still be seen from the north side of the park, which consists of two children's play areas, three football pitches, an adult outdoor gym, a BMX track and over 20 acres of woodland area. The south side comprises of about 50 acres of typical English parkland along with a variety of apple trees, a pergola and the largest Monkey Puzzle tree in Hertfordshire.

The interactive map below provides details about some of the species that can be found at the site, as well as the location of the football pitches, children’s play areas and the adult outdoor gym.

Interactive Map

How does the map work? It is easy: The map is larger than the window and you can move the map by simply pointing somewhere on it, holding the left mouse button down and dragging the map in any direction that you like. The orange dots indicate an interactive point on the map. By clicking on the symbol a pop-up box with photo and brief information will open.