The Park lends itself, with its mix of large areas of open land and formal grounds, to a multitude of leisure and social opportunities summarised as follows:
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The Café, which is a privately run facility, offers visitors the opportunity to eat and drink alfresco or inside. Café Indulgence also offers seasonal goodies such as ice cream. Over the last few years the facility has developed into a very popular attraction to visitors. With both indoor and outdoor seating, any time of year, it's a great place to enjoying refreshments whilst socialising all year round.
Cycling is encouraged both to and within the park. There is a dedicated cycle route through the park which forms part of the SUSTRANS National Cycle Network.
Wyndham Park hosts a range of events throughout the year. Some of these are "key" events within the town's event calendar - others are more localised or specific to individual groups or organisations.
The outdoor bowling green is managed and maintained by the long established Wyndham Park Bowls Club and offers members and visitors the opportunity to participate in this seasonal sport.
Wyndham Park is home to a broad range of plants, providing interest throughout the seasons. The seasonal bedding is especially uplifting.
The model boat lake offers opportunity for casual sailing of suitable scale model vessels, anyone who is interested in joining a new Model Boat Club to Email email@example.com
The paddling pool, an original feature of the park was refurbished during 2015 and now offers more inclusive opportunities for children to enjoy water play. With its interactive water jets and a traditional paddling pool the new facility, which is normally open from the May Day Bank Holiday until October, has proved immensely popular.
Wyndham Park has informal and formal play areas. Our equipped play areas for both toddlers and older children offer an opportunity for structured play. The more open areas of the park provide opportunity for informal play.
During the week and specifically during weekends, the goal posts positioned within the playing field are available free of charge for use by all members of the community.
The Sensory Garden is a relatively recent addition to the park and arguably a significant asset to the town as a whole. A unique sculpture of a hand supporting an apple is situated at the centre of a range of beds stocked with a very broad and interesting range of plants provided to stimulate the senses and interests of all visitors - not just the visually impaired. It is a very special place to visit, contemplate and enjoy, whatever the time of year.
Tennis has long featured as an important facility within the park - available for use free of charge all year round (when conditions permit).
With approximately 160 trees within the park, at various stages of maturity, there is plenty for the budding tree expert to observe.
Wyndham Park has a network of interesting footpaths and forms part of a 1.8 mile "Riverside Walk". Stretching from the northern edge to the southern extremity of the town, the walk provides invaluable links with the town centre along the way.
The River Witham bisects the town and forms the backbone to our "Riverside Walk" which effectively links Wyndham Park to the town's other public parks, Queen Elizabeth and Dysart. This connectivity provides a natural wildlife corridor and a home for a broad range of wildlife including; birds, insects, fish, rodents, foxes, crayfish and bats.
Wyndham Park has a working farm sited on the neighbouring land. Whilst the farm is under the care and ownership of the National Trust, it's an interesting facility to have as a neighbour and one that prompts debate, especially when the cattle are out grazing.