High Elms Country Park is an extensive 250-acre (100 ha) public park on the North Downs in Farnborough
in the London
Borough of Bromley. It is a Local Nature Reserve, and together with the neighbouring Downe Bank
, a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The Park
surrounds High Elms Golf Course, and has extensive woodland, chiefly oak and beech, chalk meadows and formal gardens. It also has a cafe, a visitor centre, nature and history trails and car parks.
The rangers of the Bromley Countryside Service, who manage borough owned parks, are based at the park.There is access from High Elms Road and Shire Lane.There are the following Grade II Listed Buildings in and around the park:Eighteenth century Gate Piers and Wrought Iron Railings,Cuckoo Lodge,Eton Fives Court, built about 1840.