Langley Park

Langley Park

Temple Gardens In Bloom
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Langley Park encompasses beautiful English countryside with fantastic visitor facilities. Designated picnic areas, buggy friendly paths, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities make Langley Park the perfect place for a day out with friends and family.
Autumn leaves

There are a variety of trails for you to follow to help you on your way, plus a fantastic Tea Room next to the car park open daily for morning coffee, hot and cold lunches and afternoon teas. Seating at the Tea Room is available under the veranda overlooking the beautiful Edwardian rhododendron gardens

Trees in the snow

Things to see and do

  • Family days out - designated picnic areas, tea room, buggy friendly paths, and baby changing facilities make the park a fantastic outdoor venue.

  • Tea in the park – enjoy a pot of tea and slice of cake at the tea room overlooking the beautiful Edwardian rhododendron gardens.

  • Picnics and BBQs – picnics are welcome -there are designated picnic areas close to the car park and space to play ball games. BBQs and fires are not permitted anywhere on site.

  • Trails – there are a variety of trails for you to follow to explore the park.

  • Orienteering – there is an Orienteering trail. Maps are available to buy at the Black Park Visitor Centre for £1.50. 

  • Walking – Simply Walk takes place in Langley Park every Monday at 10am, and on the second Sunday of every month at 11am. 

  • Running – 154 acres (62ha) of free access parkland offer a fantastic natural environment for running.

  • Cycling –  is permitted, except in the Temple Gardens and the Arboretum. Cycle racks are located next to the tea room.

  • Dog walking – responsible dog walkers are welcome. Dogs must be kept on a lead in the Temple Gardens, the Arboretum and outside the tea room.

  • Horse riding - permitted on public bridleways only. 

  • Fishing – not permitted. Find out where you can fish in our other parks.

  • Educational visits - Langley Park is a fantastic outdoor educational resource for school and group visits.  There are a set of four seasonal activity packs available to download for free to use when planning an educational site visit to Black Park.  Find out more about our educational resources available. 
Arb Pond


  • Jubilee Play Garden - a fantastic new play garden, built in 2012.  Located just a couple of minutes walk from the car park.  The Play Garden is aimed at young children and combines natural play with traditional.  There are wooden houses, tunnels and slides, see saws and swings, and natural bamboo and boulders to play amongst.
  • Toilets - accessible toilets and baby change facilities are available at the visitor building by the car park. They are open daily from 10am. Seasonal closing hours advertised on site.
  • Refreshments – tea room open daily for morning coffees, hot and cold lunches and afternoon teas.  Seating available under the veranda overlooking the beautiful Temple Gardens. Seasonal opening hours advertised on site. BBQs and fires are not permitted anywhere on site.
  • Car parking – a pay and display car park on Billet Lane off the A412 Uxbridge Road (SL0 0LS) is open daily from 8.15am.  Seasonal closing times apply.  The car park has a 1.8m height barrier.  An annual country parks parking permit is available to purchase. 
  • Picnic areas and seating – Picnic benches are located close to the car park just past the Avenue of Friendship.  Benches are located throughout the park at regular intervals.
  • Bicycle racks are available next to the visitor building and car park.
  • Langley park Volunteer Centre - available to hire.  Located 5 minutes walk from the public car park, on the edge of the Temple Gardens.  A perfect base for team building days, school and group visits, children's parties and family get-togethers. Find out more about hiring the volunteer centre. 
  • Images of the park are available on Flickr. Search for ‘park pictures’ by Jerry Lake and Kevin Day.
  • Langley Park is a Green Flag Award Winner. The Green Flag Award Scheme recognises and rewards the best green spaces in the country. 
Langley mansion

How to get there

By car

Langley Park Country Park
Billet Lane
Iver Heath
Langley Park location map
Car parking information 

By rail

Langley Station 2-4 miles walk on back roads (no footpath) and country park trails

Connecting trains: Reading, Maidenhead, Burnham, Slough, Ealing Broadway and London Paddington