Friends of Trent Country Park

Walks in and around Trent Country Park and Enfield Chase

Trent Country Park was once part of the extensive Enfield Chase royal hunting forest.  Its history can still be seen in the landscape and certain features, such as Camlet Moat.  There are beautiful and interesting walks within the park and beyond.   Enjoy!

Explore the park, using our new folding map!

You can download the map to see or print here.

It is full of information about Trent Country Park!

Follow the red or yellow walking route, marked by posts in the park, to see some less-busy parts of our beautiful park.

Visit the Wildlife Rescue Centre to learn about our wildlife and enjoy their café.

The Water Garden is a hidden gem and Camlet Moat is a fascinating medieval monument.

There is lots to see!

If you would like us to send you a map, please join the Friends via PayPal  Join here

If you’d like to venture further in the former Enfield Chase, here’s another option.  You can download the map here.

And there are even more walking opportunities adjacent to the park. The Enfield Society has produced two leaflets describing walks that are likely to be of interest to users of Trent Park.  The Merryhills Way [click to access the full brochure] provides a walk through beautiful countryside at Vicarage Farm into Trent Park, passing through a historic WWII anti-aircraft gunsite as well as a large wildlife site.

From the Ridgeway at Fairview Road this footpath can be combined with paths through the valley of Trent Park, returning via the ‘Enfield Chase Restoration Project’ at Salmons Brook in a satisfying 5-6 mile walk dubbed ‘The Three Valleys Walk’. These leaflets can be downloaded for printing from