For the exercise fanatics, there is the one km. Wrightes Run, a path that runs around the park. It is named in honour of Arundel Wrighte, who was one of the first European settlers in the Box Hill district.
There are a myriad of paths throughout the park, all sealed and wide and wheelchair friendly, although none of the paths are completely level as the park gently slopes down to the centre and then gently slopes up to the other side.
The Nelson Road side is opposite Box Hill Hospital and it is a popular spot for hospital staff to devour their lunch.
A feature of the park is a nice little lake with a bridge across the centre. There is usually several ducks swimming around the lake and under the bridge, much to the delight of little ones watching from the bridge.
The bridge over the lake with children looking for ducks.