Humans have been making their mark on Tottenham Marshes from the mid 19th century but since Lee Valley Regional Park Authority took over management of the area in 1972, nature has been given top priority.
When you visit you can expect to enjoy a space that many wildlife species have taken up residence in. Step out for a gentle stroll or cycle on miles of paths – look out for Kingfishers, Field Voles and Bee Orchids as you go! There are plenty of walking and cycling routes to choose from.
If you’re feeling a little more energetic, you can also connect with the River Lee towpath and walk the eight miles up to the picturesque River Lee Country Park.
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Updated 19 May 2020
We’re reopening all car parks which serve our green spaces seven days a week. With the changes to Government advice on Coronavirus, we feel that this is the right time to reopen them fully. The guidance is still to stay local and, of course, you must follow social distancing when you are out. If an area looks busy please go elsewhere. Our venue car parks remain closed. Details here
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