Listings for Woodland which is in or around the London Borough of Croydon

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Addington Hills in Upper Shirley is the largest Heathland within the whole of London. Located near to the top of Gravel Hill between Shirley and Addington, the mainly wooded area is part of the London Loop and from the viewpoint, has great views…

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.

Biggin Wood is located near to Norbury and Upper Norwood. The Woodland is popular with walkers and towards the entrance Convington Way off Biggin Wood Road

The Woods and Gardens are a popular visiting place. A pond with a stream are located near to the entrance and to the right, there are the start of a number of walks throughout the grounds.

Croham Hurst Woods is located in Sanderstead and near to South Croydon. The ancient woodland covers an area around 83.02 acres.

Farthing Downs, Coulsdon is one of the most popular open spaces within the Borough of Croydon. The Green Flag open space is great for nature

Foxley Wood, Purley is next to Higher Drive Recreation Ground between Purley and Kenley.

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.

Kenley Common is managed by the Corporation of London and is located next to Kenley Airfield. The common has great views over the valley towards Riddlesdown Common

Kings Wood Sanderstead is a large woodland area which is very popular especially around April and May time when the Bluebells are in season.