Broughton Brook Park
Facilities at Broughton Brook Park
What to see and What to do
This is a lovely area of parkland that is well worth a visit for a taste of the countryside. Despite being close to the M1 and an industrial estate, Broughton Brook Park has a thriving wildlife population. At the top of the park, close to the fields which run alongside the M1, you may see hares, three different species of deer, foxes and a badger set. The lake is a good place to see birds, and this can be walked around within about 20 minutes.
Look out for wild flowers as well as the different types of trees that can be found around the edge of the industrial estate; you may spot pines, firs and cedars.
Broughton Brook Park can be found at the top of the parkland; when the new parkland has been developed you will be able to walk along this section into the existing Broughton Linear Park.
There are picnic tables and seating in Magna Park; however there are no litter or dog bins so please take your rubbish home with you.
Fishing is not permitted at Magna Park.
Need to Know
Broughton Brook Park is located off the end of Crossley Drive, close to where it intersects with Fen Street. Nearest postcode: MK17 8EW.
The park is open at all times.
There is a small public car park off Erwood roundabout. Note: there is a height barrier in place which will impact any vehicles above 2m.
There are no public toilets in the park.
There are no refreshment facilities in the park.
Disabled access at Broughton Brook Park is reasonably good; there are no steps or steep slopes and the footpath into the park leads directly to the circular leisure route. The height barrier at the car park may impact those with converted vehicles.