This 50 acre site is one of Crawley's oldest public parks and just a short walk from the town centre. There are both formal parkland areas and semi-natural habitats. The mixture of grassland, woodland, a large pond and hedgerows provides habitat for a good range of wildlife in this urban setting. There is a conservation area in the NW of the site that provides a sheltered, sunny habitat for a range of wildlife. The park is also used as centre for a range of organised health related activities.