Queen Elizabeth Park

About

Queen Elizabeth Park is a 24 acre woodland park popular with dog walkers, joggers and cyclists and is ideal for local families to enjoy the natural setting. There is a temporary pond (wet and dry depending on weather) which provides a habitat for very specific species adapted to such conditions. Facilities and features include a car park, play area, picnic tables and seating.

The Friends of Queen Elizabeth Park hold events and complete general park maintenance and volunteers are welcome to join their group. Litter picking is done all year round by volunteers on an individual basis and working parties are held monthly between September- May and are under supervision of a local woodland expert with the approval of Rushmoor Borough Council. Please visit the Friends of Queen Elizabeth Park website for more information: https://www.queenelizabethpark.net/

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User Cost/Charge Information
Queen Elizabeth Park (East car park): Free parking from Monday to Friday 8am-6pm with a two hour parking limit & no return within two hours. On weekends & Bank Holidays, there are no limits on your stay.

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Rushmoor Borough Council

Website
https://www.rushmoor.gov.uk/community-parks-and-leisure/parks-and-outdoors/parks-and-playgrounds/queen-elizabeth-park-and-play-area/

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Location

Cabrol Road
Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 8NY

Queen Elizabeth Park (East car park)
Off Farnborough Road
Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 8AU

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