Welcome to Oak Hill Wood
Local Nature Reserve 

London Wildlife Trust

LWT manages this wild open space which is special ancient woodland; and has public access and open to enjoy all year round. Always something to see! Oak Hill Park is owned by Barnet Council - map

Keep safe: Some steep slopes. Take care on bridges and steps  in  case they are slippery. 

Respect others you meet and give them space to pass.

Local Supporters

Friends of Oak Hill Park are some people of East Barnet Residents' Association (EBRA) who are the eyes and ears of our nature reserve and park; and who want to help preserve its environment.  See ebra.eastbar.net for more information

How YOU can help


Walk your bicycle through the nature reserve. Cycling will damage footpaths, tree roots & wildflowers

Dog owners

Pick up after your dog and please use the red dog waste bins provided

Fires are not permitted

Do not start them as you will damage the wildlife habitats

Motorised forms of road transport are not permitted in the wood. These are Barnet Council Parks and Open Spaces bye-laws

Accessibility. Caution, please note that because slopes are steep in places with steps, and at times it's muddy, Oak Hill Wood is not fully accessible to mobility scooter users

Elaine's latest guide to the park and wood is here