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Hunter Park

Hunter Park is owned and managed by Twyford Parish Council. The western section of the park is on land which was a gift to the Parish Council by Mr Hunter, hence the name of the park. You can read more about the history here.

The park was officially opened by Lord Ashburton on the 25th April 1964

Hunter Park’s magnificent lime trees

It can be reached by Park Lane, off the High St. The park includes a pavilion, cricket pitch, football pitch, static outdoor gym equipment, tennis courts and children’s playground. There is a small car park for users of the park facilities.

The park is generally available for public use. The pavilion and sports pitches are available to hire for sporting or other events, please contact the Parish Clerk for details.

Some of the events through the year include fireworks and a circus visited on 18 June 2017.

Click on Hunter Park Fees (April 2024) to see the current fees for hiring any of the Hunter Park facilities.


Following community engagement, the Parish Council approved a plan of enhancements for the park. you can read more about the plans:

Report to Full Council – July 2022

Plan of Enhancements for Hunter Park

Fitness Training

From May 2021, if you wish to use Hunter Park for personal training or to run group fitness sessions you must be licensed by Twyford Parish Council.

We license operators to ensure that:

  • the parks are protected
  • access to and use of public open space is preserved for all visitors
  • park visitors can benefit from, enjoy and engage in fitness training in a variety of outdoor environments
  • fitness operators hold appropriate qualifications (based on industry best practice), and are insured.

For further details please download the following documents:

Personal Trainers and Fitness Classes – Licence Fees

Outdoor Fitness Training – Paper Licence Application Form / Online Application Form

Outdoor Fitness Training – Code of Conduct

Outdoor Fitness Training – Terms & Conditions

There are a number of organisations that regularly use the park, including:

Hunter Park Tennis Association manages the tennis courts; you can join the association or non-members may pay on a per play basis – see their website for more details and how to book a court.

A number of public footpaths and permitted ways are accessible from Hunter Park.  For footpaths and other rights of way, please see see the following Hampshire County Council online map: Hampshire Definitive Rights of Way map