|Quarrendon Leas is a beautiful open green area next to the River Thame with fields, meadows, footpaths and historic sites. It is a great place to take a walk at any time of year. Registered rights-of-way and permissive paths cross the site. There is also a section of hard-sufaced path suitable for wheelchairs, mobility scooters and buggies.|
There are four points where you can enter Quarrendon Leas on foot:
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- Follow a footpath from the Berryfields estate, cross Martin Dalby Way and follow the hard-surfaced easy access path through Quarrendon Leas to St Peter's Chapel. This path is suitable for those with limited mobility and for children's buggies.
- From the south, a public footpath next to the River Thame enters Quarrendon Leas (at grid reference SP 797156) and crosses the site.
- Enter the site from the north from Martin Dalby Way, using a public footpath (grid reference SP 806163).
- From Chaundler Drive on the Buckingham Park estate you can enter Quarrendon Leas on its eastern side.