If mountain biking or horse riding is your scene, then this is the place for you. Langford Park is situated just north of Jarrahdale via Nettleton Road. The historic town of Jarrahdale is the ideal location for stunning pictures and bushwalks. Volunteers take groups out on a regular basis for bushwalks, departing from the old Post Office.
Langford Park is a perfect example of how old mine sites can be successfully restored. It was Alcoa’s first bauxite mine in Western Australia. Today it is very popular with mountain bikers, horse riders and families out on picnics.
Two marked walk trails provide ample opportunity to work off the picnic lunch. The Yellow Tallow Wood trail takes 15minutes of easy walking to complete. For the more energetic there is the Ken Jones trail that takes about an hour to complete.
Pay attention to all the different species of gumtrees while walking through the bush. At the start of the walk trails you find Tallow Woods. Spread along the Ken Jones trail you find Sugar Gums, Spotted Gums, and Tasmanian Blue Gums.
There is a man made lake and quite a few picnic tables with barbeque facilities, both wood and gas. Toilets are also provided. Camping is not allowed.