How to find us
Paradise Wildlife Park is situated just off the A10 near to junction 25 of the M25. Simply follow the brown and white
Please use the map below to see where to find us. you can use Google maps to get your directions. If you're using a SatNav device then our post code is EN10 7QA and we are located on White Stubbs Lane.
Post code for SatNav devices is EN10 7QA
Traveling via the A10
If you are travelling via the A10. Please travel to the Broxbourne/Turnford exit signposted A1170. There are brown tourist signs from this exit.
Traveling via the A1
A1 Please travel down the A1(M) to junction 1 and take the M25 (left) towards the Dartford Crossing. Travel to junction 25 and follow the brown tourist signs. If you have a SatNav device, it may bring you off the A1 at Hatfield and along the A414 and then through the lanes. Please do not panic! This is effectively the back way to Paradise Wildlife Park and you will not see any signs until you are on top of the Park.
Traveling via the M1
Please travel down to the M1 to junction 6a and take the M25 (left) towards the Dartford Crossing. Travel to junction 25 and follow the brown tourist signs.
Parking at Paradise Wildlife Park is free of charge. We have four car parks in total. When you arrive at Paradise Wildlife Park, you will be directed into the main car park (1&2).
During busy hours we open up another two car parks, one of which is situated directly across the road from our entrance and another situated a short walk from the Park. Our Customer Services team will be on hand to direct you.
Are you getting the train to Broxbourne station?
If you require transport to Paradise Wildlife Park from Broxbourne Train Station, we offer a pick up service*. There is a small fee of £3 per adult return and £1 per child (Up to the age of 15 years old) return. Under 2’s go free. We will also take you back!
Please call the number provdided at the Station so we can alert the driver.
*Please note our transport seats 8 people maximum and cannot carry non transferable wheelchair users or mobility scooters.