Our Impressions of Hertingfordbury Park
Hertingfordbury park has a small stand, which has seating for 160 and a large covered terrace at one end of the pitch. Access is good for disabled people. Food is standard burger sausage and chips and the bar is supplied by Shepherd Neame.
Children are very Welcome (current entrance price ?1 - 2001/2002 season) but we would ask that younger children are accompanied.
The pitch is low lying at the junction of 2 rivers and we would advise telephoning if there has been prolonged rain.
Directions to Hertingfordbury Park
The Ground is off West Street which itself is a narrow turn off the westbound A414 by a Ford dealership. Once on West Street proceed to the end of the houses, as the road turns left there is a bridle path on the right. This is the entrance to the ground. Not easy for coaches!
Hertford is served by two train stations Hertford North and Hertford East, with the North Station being served from London - Kings Cross and the East station being served from London - Liverpool Street. The closest station to the ground is Hertford East. To find the ground from here, exit the station, and follow the A414 Gascoine Way (the main dual carriage way running through the town) towards Hatfield. Continue straight over the first roundabout, and west street is located in the left hand side.
Local Area around Hertingfordbury Park
Car parking is available at the bottom of the bridle path which can get crowded or on West Street itself, I would recommend parking away from the houses (after the turn for the bridle path). Please do not park on the bridle path itself as this will restrict access.