Black Park Road, Slough, SL3 6DS, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
Covering 500 acres of woodland, heathland, and open spaces, Black Park is a highlight of South Buckinghamshire.
When open, the fishing at Black Park is definitely another highlight. Anglers and prospective anglers are best suited checking out the Buckinghamshire Council website for current information.
That said, Black Park Lake offers plenty of fishing prospects and beautiful landscape in this terrific park setting.
The lake is 100 metres from the car park, with benches and a pathway that provides easy access for anglers of all abilities. There is an accessible fishing spot near the nature reserve, plus a permits-only portion set aside for annual ticket holders.
Black Park Lake is stocked with rudd, roach, bream, and tench. There is also a low stock level of carp and pike.
What tactics work well?
Simple float tactics work best to land the rudd and roach, with maggots, caster, or bread baits recommended.
Bottom-fishing with floats at close ranges or ledgers further out should be sufficient to attract the bream and tench.
What facilities are on site?
Black Park is home to a number of family-friendly attractions, including an adventure playground and the Go Ape treetop courses. There are also plenty of trails and pathways to explore.
Paths and other spots at Black Park may be closed periodically for filming, as this scenic area is a favourite for large and small production companies alike. Be aware of any posted signage before proceeding.
Is parking available?
Parking is available at Black Park, although there is a charge. Permits are available. For more information, check out the Buckinghamshire Council website.