The park has been created out of the grounds of the derelict Elmdon Hall, and there are views over the Midlands from the high ground. Look out for the old elm tree - it is said to have been planted by Thomas Beckett. And tree enthusiasts travel for miles to see another notable tree - a Sweet Chestnut that's been dated to 1518.
Tea and cakes available at St Nicholas' church, Elmdon on Sundays in summer.
There's a walk around the edge of the park that takes you around the lakes and stream - a definite labrador one this.
And there's also a signed Heritage Trail that's been created by The Friends of Elmdon. This is a nice bit of local history, with details of the remains of the walled garden now a Local Nature Reserve which is managed by the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust as well as other interesting facts on St Nicolas' Church, Elmdon Hall and associated buildings.
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Edited: 20th November 2018. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate. If you know that any aspect of this listing is incorrect, please suggest an edit to let us know.