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Chorleywood Common, Chorleywood

#36 of 56 in Parks in Hertfordshire
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Chorleywood Common is a 75.6 hectare Local Nature Reserve in Chorleywood in Hertfordshire. It is owned and managed by Chorleywood Parish Council, and the declaring authority is Hertfordshire County Council. The common is part of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Habitats on the common are acid heathland, neutral grassland, chalk meadows and secondary woodland. There are also seven ponds which have rare plants and amphibians. Some 300 fungi, 70 plant species and 50 birds have been recorded.
There is access from Rickmansworth Road and Dog Kennel Lane.
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  • If you go straight on you go the right underneath at the back. When we were there in August it was nice not august July at the beginning There‚Äôre a pub up the hill down on the left at the other side....  more »
  • The Common is owned by Chorleywood Parish Council but is open to the public for air and exercise on foot. It's only a couple of minutes walk from Chorleywood tube station, so a popular spot for...  more »
  • Lovely calm open space to stroll or walk the dog
  • A great place for dog walkers and golfers
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