103 acres of traditional Middlesex countryside is covered by the Fryent Country Park and is surrounded by suburbia. Also, the park is thoroughly looked after by the council due to the wildlife situated in the area. Gosford’s Hill, Barn Hill, and the Beane Hill are the main tourist attractions within the park. The local volunteer conservation groups use this designated nature reserve for purposes of recreation. The park is a site for wildlife and is classified as metropolitan open land. It has also been listed as a public open space in the unitary development plan.