A park at Grafton Court which was established during the Imperial period. The park contained features such as formal gardens, informal pleasure grounds, pools, kitchen garden and an orchard. These features appear on Ordnance Survey map of 1886 and later maps.
Two formal gardens, one dating from the Imperial period and the other to the 20th century. Both are located at Honington Hall.
Formal gardens laid in formal style around an early 20th century house, demolished in 1959; but a lodge survives. The gardens are located at Moreton Paddox.
The site of a park and formal garden dating from the Post Medieval period onwards. There are three gazebos and the garden contains a topiary garden said to represent the Sermon on the Mount. It is situated at Packwood House.
A landscape park surrounding Radway Grange. The park was developed from the Post Medieval period onwards and now incorporates 20th century gardens. The park and gardens are situated to the south east of Radway.
The site of Newbold Revel Park, a landscape park that was associated with Newbold Revel country house. The landscape park dates from the Post Medieval period. It was situated in the area south east of Stretton Under Fosse.Park/garden recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Stoneleigh deer park, where deer were kept for hunting during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. It is marked on several maps, the earliest of which dates to 1597. The deer park is located to the south east of Stoneleigh.
The site of Wootton Hall Park, a landscape park dating to the Post Medieval period. Features of the park include an icehouse, a lake, an orchard and drive. It is situated north of Wootton Wawen.
Recommended Review Register entry by Lovie.
The site of a garden temple, one of a number of Post Medieval garden buildings associated with the Alscot park. It was situated 600m south of the church at Atherstone on Stour.
The site of Alscot Park. The deer park dates back to the Medieval period and was remodelled in the 18th-19th centuries to become a landscape park. It was situated 500m east of Preston on Stour.