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Kents Hill Park

Kents Hill Park contains a small woodland which pre-dates Milton Keynes and is located on a hill in the area between Walton Hall and Crowborough Lane. Interestingly, the soil beneath this woodland is not the typical clay found across Milton Keynes, but is more like the soil in the Bow Brickhill woods. This makes it an ideal location for growing trees such as conifers and Sweet Chestnut that don’t normally favour the clay soils.  More recent additional tree planting can be found in the parkland around the wood.

What to see and What to do

Don’t miss

Kents Hill Park is one of the best places to go in Milton Keynes to look at trees. The woodland was planted after the second world war and includes a variety of conifers including Douglas Fir, Corsican Pine and Norway Spruce. The area is becoming something of an arboretum with a broad variety of tree species such as Redwoods and Sweet Chestnut. 

It doesn’t take long to walk around Kents Hill Park, but it does link into the other local parks and connects with the Ouzel Valley Park if you want to take a longer stroll.

Need to Know

Getting there

Kents Hill Park is located between Walton Hall and Kents Hill housing, off the V10 Brickhill Street. It can also be accessed through the Ouzel Valley

Nearest postcode: MK7 6BY

Opening times

The park is open at all times.

Car parking

A car park is located off Hawkhurst Gate and Timbold Drive.


There are no public toilets in the park.


There are no facilities available on site. The nearest local centre can be found in Kents Hill at Frithwood Crescent, which is a short drive away.

Disabled access

There are steps on the way out of the car park entrance but you could access the park from elsewhere. The paths throughout the park are hard surfaces.