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We recently visited the park for a picnic on the weekend. This place is huge with plenty of parking, amenities such as rest rooms and bbq areas, an archery club, sheep and cows that wander around in the paddocks, and lots of shade under the...More
Prior to taking our long 11 hour flight back to Kuala Lumpur,we had a morning free and my wife very wisely suggested visiting this park to stretch our legs.Such a beautiful and sprawling park,the trees were really something to behold,the birds were chipping away,the air...More
The park has some interesting looking trees and a very interesting looking restroom.
The walk up to the top was great for us with teenagers (the seniors stopped half way and just hanged a bit longer at the park). And the view from the top...More
This park is adjacent to One Tree Hill and consists of 230 acres of land managed through the Cornwall Park Trust. At the entrance on the North side, you will find the statue of Sir John Logan Campbell (who donated the land) in the area...More
We took the train to Greenlane and walked up the road to Cornwall park & followed the road to One Tree Hill; about 10 minutes to the park entrance, then another 30 minutes to get to the top of One Tree Hill with its fabulous...More
What a beautiful way to spend time, the lush green grass, the stunning trees, hearing the Tuis chirping. I would love to bring a picnic and relax the day away. There is a great little coffe shop and plenty of room.