St. Michaels Park, Gloucestershire

Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does St. Michaels Park Have?

Pet friendly
For the retired/semi retired
Landscaped Gardens


St. Micheals park is a residential park designed for retired and semi-retired residents looking to downgrade their brick homes and find tranquillity in a small park home community in the idyllic Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire.

The homes are attractive and well-built with central heating and landscaped gardens. St. Micheals is also pet-friendly and residents with dogs will benefit from having lots of natural settings to walk their dogs in close-by. St. Micheals park is in the historic market town of Cinderford.

The town is in the heart the Forest of Dean and has fine views of the surrounding areas and River Severn. Residents will be able to find all their amenities here as well as a large variety of shops, local pubs and coffee shops as well as Indian and Chinese take-outs. The town is home to one of the oldest cinemas The Palace where old classics as well as new releases can be seen. Furthermore, the Cinderford Artspace shows a fabulous array of local and national craft and art.


The city of Gloucester is approximately half-an-hour drive from St. Micheals and can be easily accessed from Cinderford town centre. Gloucester is a lively city steeped in history with much to be explored. Resident may choose to visit the Gloucester docks- an old Victorian port- where they can either enjoy a leisurely cruise or visit the design and outlet centre “Gloucester Quays” where residents will find all the high street stores at fantastic discounted prices. Visiting families will also have much to see and do in Gloucester. Grandchildren will love visiting St James Farm and getting hands on with the animals.

There are a range of family-friendly museums as well in the city including the Jet Age Museum which displays Gloucester rich avian history and The Soldiers of Gloucester War Museum. Additionally, the Robinswood Hill Country Park makes a great place to visit with two-hundred and fifty acres of open countryside with viewpoint, pleasant walks and way-marked nature trails that cover the hill.


St. Michaels Park
GL14 3HL