Gadebridge Park attractions
Gadebridge Park sits between Hemel Hempstead Old Town and the Leighton Buzzard Road. See a map of the park.
Gadebridge splash park is now closed for the season. It will reopen on Wednesday 1 May 2019.
There are also additional, seasonal toilets and a kiosk, which serves refreshments for visitors. These facilities are located next to the splash park.
Splash park rules
So everyone can enjoy the splash park, please familiarise yourself with the splash park rules:
- Please watch your children at all times. Your child’s safety is your responsibility
- All children under the age of 10 must have adult supervision
- Babies and toddlers must wear swim nappies
- Please do not jump from the steps
- Do not take food or drink on to the splash pad
- Unruly behaviour and foul language will not be tolerated
- You are advised to wear aqua shoes in this area
- No smoking or vaping
- No glass
- No running
- No bicycles, scooters, skateboards or skates
- No pets
We currently have two play areas in Gadebridge Park. The first is located next to the Queensway car park and offers a wide range of equipment designed for children and young people aged from 2 to 15 years.
Our second play area, and latest addition, can be found next to the splash park. It boasts a host of features, including climbing frames, slides, swings and balance beams.
Located by the car park off the Leighton Buzzard Road, the skate park is equipped with five quarter pipes, a jump box, volcano, half pyramid, grind box, midi ramp and a grind rail.
For more information, please visit our public toilets page.
Cycle paths and walks
Cycle paths run along the main drive from Queensway (Bury Lodge entrance) to Piccotts End Road and through to the Leighton Buzzard Road underpass.
The Countryside Management Service (CMS) has devised a 5km (three-mile) walk through Gadebridge Park, up the Nickey Line to Howe Grove Wood and back. For more information, visit the Countryside Management Service website.
Boot camps and commercial fitness trainers
At present, we haven't authorised any personal trainers or boot camps to use Council land for commercial training classes. Those that do so are using the land without consent.