This 70ha site is located on the northern escarpment of the Greensand Ridge, and is designated as a County Wildlife Site. It is Bedfordshire’s largest acid grassland site, but also contains areas of scrub, woodland and ponds, lakes and wet flushes. The woodlands support 8 species of bats, including serotine and barbastelle, while other notable and protected species include great crested newts and ivy-leaved water crowfoot.
Walking access only within the Park. Car parking available. A range of walking trails exist within the site, and the Greensand Ridge Walk passes through it.
Access points: Car parks at TL 0271 3812 (main car park with café) What 3 Words: ///clenching.pulp.securing, and TL 0242 3813 (Western Car Park) ///mission.homelands.protected