Listings for Public Parks which in and around the London Borough of Croydon. The Majority of Parks within the Borough of Croydon are owned and maintained by Croydon Council

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Addington Park Croydon is a stunning historic Park once part of the Addington Manor Estate. Addington Park was acquired by the Corporation of Croydon

Addiscombe Railway Park is located on an old railway sidings behind the main high street in Addiscombe. The 3.3 Acre Park was first opened in 2007

Addiscombe Recreation Ground or Bingham Park (for those who live local!) is surrounded by four local roads in Addiscombe.

Ashburton Park in Ashburton, Croydon, is a nice open area with Tennis Courts, a Children’s Play area and the home of the former Ashburton Library which has recently re-opened and includes a cafe.

Ashburton Playing Fields are a large open area in Ashburton, Croydon. There are a number of Football pitches available to use at this park

Beaulieu Heights Upper Norwood is mainly woodland between Upper Norwood and South Norwood. Access to the Woodland can be found in Auckland Rise or in South Norwood Hill.

Brickfields Meadow Woodside, Croydon is a large open area with a children’s play area, lake, woodland and grassed playing area.

Grangewood Park in Thornton Heath, Croydon is around twenty seven acres of woodland, gardens and facilities including tennis courts, a bowling green and a football pitch.

Hailing Grove Park in South Croydon is located between the Brighton Road and Pampisford Road. The ten Acre park includes a private walled garden

Lloyd Park is located just off Coombe Road in South Croydon. At 114 acres, it is one of the largest open spaces available within the Borough of Croydon