Your little ones can explore the adventurous new children’s play areas! They can discover the play trails, swing on the jungle swing like a modern-day Tarzan or zoom down the slides. To make sure everyone can join in the fun, most of the equipment is ideal for children with disabilities.
Keen to brush up on your table tennis skills? Outdoor tables are available around the play areas – free of charge, just bring along some bats and a ball. The new river side café caters for park-users also means that bikers, sportspeople, walkers and busy parents will be able to relax with a drink and snack at the park.
You will also be able to testing our your skills out at the new skate park in Oxhey Activity Park, which has a good mix of street obstacles, as well as a wide mini ramp if you’re after some air time. The park includes a bike pump track and smooth skate run, so people of all ages and abilities can work on their wheel skills.
A jump box section for the younger bike and scooter enthusiasts will enable them to try out jumps and aerial tricks too. Plus, a separate learners’ skate park next to the café will give absolute beginners the perfect spot to start honing their skills before they progress to other parts of the park.