Worth Park in Pound Hill, covers eight hectares and includes formal gardens, recreational parkland and a lake area which is a site of nature conservation interest. The park is located on the site of the old Milton Mount Hall and can be accessed from Milton Mount Avenue or St Catherine's Road- the nearest bus stops are on St Catherine's Road. The park can also be accessed from the Somerville Drive bus stops.
It was originally a medieval deer park and formed part of the Forest of Worth and later turned into a high status, late Victorian pleasure garden and landscape.
A significant amount of the original Worth Park garden still exists from the early 1900s.
A £2.4million restoration project, financed by the Heritage Lottery Fund, has returned Worth Park back to its former glory; including improvements to the Grade II listed Ridley’s Court, community involvement and attractions for children.