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Enfield Parks

All of the parks in Enfield are listed below. Select the postcode you want a have a look at what parks are available.

Green Flag parks

Run by Keep Britain Tidy, the Green Flag Awards Scheme is widely accepted as a measure of quality in the management, operation and improvement of green spaces. The Green Flag Award Scheme is the national standard for parks and green spaces in England and Wales and was launched in 1996 as a means to recognise and reward the best green spaces in the country. It was also seen as a way of encouraging others to achieve the same high environmental standards, creating a benchmark of excellence in recreational green areas.
Eight parks managed by Enfield Council have been formally recognised as being among some of the best in the country by achieving Green Flag status. The borough's eight Green Flag parks are:
• Bush Hill Park
• Forty Hall Park
• Grovelands Park 
• Jubilee Park
• Oakwood Park
• Pymmes Park 
• Town Park 
• Trent Country Park 

Park Opening & Closing Times 

Enfield has a range of fantastic parks that provide endless opportunities for recreation and relaxation. Whether you want to go for a run, walk your dog, or have a family day out, then there's a park in the borough for you. Here are some of our suggestions if you are looking for something specific:

Relaxing walks
Culture and heritage
Family days out
Dog walking
Accessible parks
Parks with car parking 

Volunteering in our parks
There are loads of ways to volunteer within our parks. These include conservation tasks, wildlife surveys and general improvements. If you have some time to spare and would like to help beautify your local green space then please contact the parks business unit and ask about upcoming volunteering opportunities.

Barbecues and fires
In the past the borough's parks and open spaces have been abused by irresponsible people having barbecues and fires. Consequently barbecues and fires have been banned from all of the borough's parks and open spaces. The Safer Neighbourhoods Parks Unit will enforce the ban through the park byelaws and failure to comply will result in prosecution. 

Dogs in parks
We welcome you and your dog to enjoy Enfield 's parks and open spaces.
Please be a responsible dog owner by:
• Keeping your dog under control at all times.
• Clearing your dog's mess. Use the bins in the park or take it home with you.
• Not allowing your dog into children's play areas. Only guide dogs are allowed.

Dog fouling
Dog mess is unpleasant and is a health risk. Dog faeces carry harmful infections, the most widely known being Toxocariasis. Human toxocariasis can be a serious infection and is a direct consequence of soil or sand contamination with faeces carrying eggs of the parasite.

Dog training
There are several dog training clubs in Enfield that have courses designed to have a positive effect on you and your dog's relationship. 

Dog control orders
Enfield Council's Dog Control Orders took effect from 14th March 2009. 
The four Dog Control Orders are: 
• Removal of dog faeces
• The exclusion of dogs from certain areas
• The keeping of dogs on leads in designated smaller parks/areas
• The keeping of dogs on leads by direction
If you violate any order, the penalty is £80. Police officers, Police Community Support Officers and certain council officers are authorised to issue penalty notices.

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