The Park is comprised of 270 acres of mixed woodland and cultivated farmland and is attached to a well managed and maintained Conservation area. We have planted a further 25 acres of woodland to enhance the beauty of the area and encourage wildlife. Roe deer are frequently seen, as are badgers, foxes, and buzzards.
The Oxford Canal/River Cherwell runs through part of the Park offering fishing and pleasant strolls by the water. In order to help conserve the wildlife we have planted blocks of wild bird seed mixtures, left headlands uncut, established conservation corners, and planted a further 10 acres of woodland.