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Market Bosworth Country Park

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Market Bosworth Country Park

Market Bosworth Country Park is to the east of Market Bosworth town. Coordinates: 52°37′28.88″N 1°23′35.15″W / 52.6246889°N 1.3930972°W / 52.6246889; -1.3930972 The 35 hectares (86 acres) landscaped Country Park was formerly part of Bosworth Hall deer parkland. The park features a lake, a planted arboretum with many different exotic species, a wildflower meadow and a community woodland. The park has been award the Green Flag Award.

Features & Activities

The park has a picnic area, lakes and fishing areas and play areas for children. There is parking on site (£2.50 pay on entrance) and toilet facilities both open 365 days of the year.


Access off the former B585 east of Market Bosworth. Market Bosworth Country Park has wide open spaces for recreation including horse riding.

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