Black Park is on the outskirts of Wexham, between Slough and Iver Heath. It can be reached most easily by road. There is plenty of car parking, with a large car park off Black Park Road. There is a charge for parking, but regular users can get an Annual Ticket from Bucks County Council or the Visitor Centre at the Park.
Daily and annual parking tickets are valid for use in 3 Bucks CC parks; Black Park, Langley Park and Denham Country Park.
Due to it's countryside location, Black Park is not directly served by public transport.
The nearest Underground station is Uxbridge which connects with both Metropolitan & Piccadilly line services from Central London.
The nearest National Rail stations are Slough and Langley.
Note that all stations are some distance from Black Park and will require a walk of 2-4 miles. Local buses stop at Iver Heath, approx 1.75 miles from the park.
Below is an interactive map which you can drag and zoom. If you are using a SatNav, enter 'SL3 6DS' as the destination postcode.
Black Park is easily reached from the A40/M40. Take the exit at 'Denham Roundabout' onto Denham Road / A412 in the direction of Slough.
The road crosses over the M25 motorway and continues through the edge of Iver Heath village, becoming Church Road. At the Five Points roundabout, take the third exit onto the A412 dual carriageway, continuing towards Slough.
After approximately 1 mile, turn right into Black Park Road. If you are using the recommended postcode, after around 0.4 miles your SatNav will tell you that you have reached your destination at the office entrance some distance before the public car park. Instead, continue for approximately a further quarter of a mile along Black Park Road and you will then reach the public car park entrance, which is on the right just before the road bears left towards the junction with Rowley Lane.