Tags: picnic, playground, park, dog friendly, cycling
In recent years the landscape surrounding historic Rouse Hill House, built between 1813 and 1818, has been gradually transformed from paddock to parkland, designed around existing features such as Second Ponds Creek, farm dams and remnant woodland.
You can have a picnic or barbecue and enjoy a bushwalk. The park contains cycling, walking and rollerblading tracks, as well as adventure play equipment for toddlers and teenages.
The park has two pavilion areas which you can hire for weddings and other group events.
Open from 8.00am to sunset daily. Facilities include:
* Main picnic area with shelters overlooking a toddlers' play space, free gas BBQ, tank water
* Innovative children's play area including a maze, swings, slippery dip, rope bridge, toddlers cycle track
* Games for older children including a flying fox
* 1.6km of shared track suitable for cycling, rollerbalding and pedestrians
* Horse riding circuit
* Plenty of open space for ball games, kite flying etc
* Dog walking is allowed on a leash