Fairlands Valley Park

Fairlands Valley Park consists of 120 acres of parkland situated within the heart of Stevenage. Below are links to information about the park, the history and improvements that have been made.

The Park

Built in the early 1970’s the Park has over 20 acres of open water across four linked lakes. The park also has 2 equipped children’s play areas, water play facility, showground, woodland, grassland, section of town-wide horse & pony route, sailing centre and café, orienteering trail and trim track.

History

It is believed that Fairlands takes its name from the ‘Fairlane’ which used to run almost due south linking Shephall (to the South) with Pin Green (to the North).

Improvements

Improvements that have been made to the park since 1997.

Events at the Park

Events that are taking place at the park.

Download

Fairlands Valley Park Management Plan (2014-2018)

Online

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Related pages

Parks

Fishing at Fairlands Valley

Contact details

Fairlands Valley Park
Six Hills Way
Stevenage
Herts
SG2 0BL

01438 353241
enquiries.fairlands@sll.co.uk

Parks and Amenities
Stevenage Borough Council
Daneshill House
Stevenage
Herts
SG1 1HN

01438 242323
parksandamenities@stevenage.gov.uk