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Daventry District Council
Lodge Road, Daventry, NN11 4FP | 01327 87 11 00
Daventry Country Park

Daventry Country Park

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Details of upcoming events and information about other great things to do at Daventry Country Park.

Plan your visit with information about parking, opening times for our cafe and a map of how to get here.

Find out about the work of the Friends of Daventry Country Park and how to get involved.


Daventry Country Park is a popular park ideally situated in the urban fringe of Daventry, within one mile of the town centre and easily accessible by car, bicycle or on foot with the benefit of cycle ways and footpaths from the surrounding areas.  

There are circular, way-marked trails through the woodlands and meadows that surround the reservoir with wheelchair accessible bird hides to stop and view the wildlife. 

With a large reservoir where you can feed the ducks, an adventure playground, outdoor gym equipment, numerous picnic spots, a nature trail and a wealth of wildlife, Daventry Country Park is a great family day out. 

The Reservoir Café is open 7-days a week and offers a variety of hot and cold food, refreshments and ice-creams. The café is able to take contactless payment and Apple Pay. Visitors can also purchase bags of seed to feed the ducks. Dogs are welcome within the café area but must be kept on a lead and under control at all times.  

Daventry Country Park has been awarded the Country Parks Accreditation and also holds a Green Flag Award, proving that the Park is recognised as one of the best green spaces in the country and deliver the core facilities and services expected of Country Parks.


Find us off Northern Way, Daventry NN11 2JB


People's Choice Award 2017

Love visiting the park? Please vote for us in the 2017 People's Choice Awards run by the Green Flag Awards by visiting our Facebook page.


Country Park management plan

To enable development of Daventry Country Park, a Management plan has been put into place; this plan takes a medium term strategic view of the site (until 2017) and outlines a number of ways in which the park can further contribute to the community and wider social, health, well-being, environmental and economic renewal objectives. You can view the management plan here

 




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