About Atterbury Park
Atterbury Park is an interesting area of parkland that sits adjacent to the Broughton Brook linear park. This park has footpaths throughout and is a great place to visit if you’re exploring the wider linear parks. The park has benefits to wildlife, with long grass areas and willow beds that provide plenty of habitats. There are sections of marshland with lots of vegetation as well as a body of water that will dry up during the warmer months of the year. Things to look out for here are wildflowers, birds and badger sets.
Broughton Brook runs throughout Atterbury Park, and you can follow this to travel on to other areas of parkland. It is a good place for dog walking, and there is seating within the park.
There is no dedicated car park for Atterbury. Parking is available on nearby residential streets or at the MK Coachway Park and Ride, which is linked by footpath to the top of the park.
There are no public toilets in the park. The nearest facilities are at the MK Coachway Park and Ride.
Atterbury Park has good access with hard surfaced paths. No gates or steps, though some grass paths may be difficult in wet conditions. Max gradient 2.2%.