About Cotton End Park

Cotton End Park has been created by volunteers from Long Buckby Green Spaces for the benefit of our communities, and has ten acres of open green space with areas for sports and games, an assault course and zip wires, picnic tables, native tree plantations, wildflower meadows, and a wildlife reserve with ponds, a dipping platform and a bird watching hide.

There is a resident sheep flock, bee hives, and a community orchard and plenty of places to explore and play.

We also offer the park as a venue for events, and a variety of groups and organisations already benefit from this. Interested? Then please get in touch, or to see more, find us on Facebook or go to the Contact Us page. We would love to hear from you.

Are you looking for somewhere special to enjoy the English countryside, with great views of Northamptonshire? Need to get some fresh air, find a place for fun and activity, or just a quiet place for a family picnic? Then come and see us!

 

As you leave the village on the Northampton road (B5385) the entrance to the park is on the left, almost under the overhead power lines just after the end of speed limit sign.

The main gate is unlocked during daylight hours. There is free parking with space for a number of cars.

The gallery page includes photos taken at Cotton End Park as well as elsewhere in Long Buckby.

We hope you enjoy your time at Cotton End Park. Please remember to share your experience with others so they can enjoy it too!

If you visited Cotton End Park, please tell us what you experienced and how we can improve. Go to our Contact Us page to find out how you can get in touch. Or please write a review on our Facebook Page.

If you wish to make a donation please contact us at info@longbuckbygreenspaces.com