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Encircled by water, with the River Great Ouse on one side and the Millrace on the other, Millfield is a relatively small area of floodplain that connects to the Ouse Valley Park.

What to see and What to do

Don’t miss

Millfield is well worth a visit if you are interested in wildflowers; there is a meadow section which features many wildflowers throughout the year. See if you can spot species including yarrow, knapweed, bedstraw, oxeye daisy, birdsfoot trefoil, ragged robin, plantains, cowslip, selfheal, buttercup, yellow rattle, sorrel, betony and clover. There is also an attractive avenue of Black Poplars along the path by the river.

Millfield is a good place for dog walking and there is also an area for recreational play, with rugby posts. There is a fenced off play area at the bottom of the park; this is not managed or maintained by The Parks Trust.

Please remember that this is a floodplain and so is prone to flooding.

Need to Know

Getting there

Millfield is located on the south-western edge of Stony Stratford, on the other side of the Millrace from the town. It can be accessed by the leisure routes coming off Ousebank Way and Willow Lane, or from Tombs Meadow. Nearest postcode: MK11 1FH

Opening times

The park is open at all times.

Car parking

There is no designated car park for Millfield, however parking is available at the council maintained car parks in Stony Stratford.


There are no public toilets in the park.


There are no facilities available on site but the main high street of Stony Stratford is a few minutes’ walk away.

Disabled access

There is good disabled access at Millfield, with pathways around the park. There is a hump bridge that needs to be crossed if coming from Stony Stratford’s housing estate.