Richmond Park, Surrey
The park, at almost 2,500 acres, is the largest of the Royal Parks and is home to some of the capital city’s most varied and colourful wildlife including 650 free roaming deer. Richmond Park is a National Nature Reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a European Special Area of Conservation.
Friends of the Royal Parks, the police and The Royal Parks have put together a leaflet ‘Tread Lightly in Richmond Park’ to alert visitors, particularly those who are unfamiliar to the Park, as to how they can avoid harming the Park and its wildlife. This leaflet can be read by clicking on the logo opposite.