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Best parks in Greater London

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“https://goo.gl/maps/N1AYM9zS75mZERc28 Lovely manicured space nearby which includes a pet corner!! https://goo.gl/maps/N1AYM9zS75mZERc28”
104 locals recommend
Athletics & Sports
“The park is not very big but it is beautiful, clean and with some nice and tidy gardens. On sunny days it can get busy but not as busy as other parks like Hyde Park. They have many sports facilities for outdoors sports, a fitness suite and a cafe. I use the tennis facilities and I am very happy with the courts. The cost is really low and there is a good number of courts (around 13), both tarmac and synthetic. The courts have trees around them to provide some peace and quiet while you play.”
79 locals recommend
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“A great, local park to stroll around and enjoy nature on your doorstep. There are also tennis courts, a pitch and putt course, a cafe (for food and drinks), a playground and a petting zoo for those with younger children. Great for its proximity to the house!”
26 locals recommend
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“2 minutes from the flat, Kilburn Grange Park is a lovely little open space for a quick stroll or even a run. Well looked after, quiet and never busy, it's a welcome break to the busy Kilburn High Road.”
18 locals recommend
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“A great place to go for a stroll and a bite to eat.You can take the kiddies for a swim and can play in the giant playground...”
12 locals recommend
Athletics & Sports
“A lovely place in the middle of Maida Vale. We play tennis there but you can do all sorts of sports. A pure local treasure. ”
3 locals recommend
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“The Mapesbury Dell is Northwest London's best kept secret and it’s only a 6 minute walk away! It’s an award-winning garden, hidden behind a row of residential houses. Although the Dell is small, there’s something for everyone to enjoy - a superb play area for children, a pond with wildlife, green lawns for summer lazing, picnic tables and benches and stunning gardens. It's a wonderful place to come with kids or to just sit, stroll and enjoy some peace and quiet. There are annual events such as Wild Day in the summer, a Midsummer Open Air Opera Evening, a Back to School children's party in September, festive fun and carol-singing at Christmas. Events have free admission.”
3 locals recommend
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1 local recommends
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“Queen’s Park is a 12 hectare park ma Facilities include six all-weather tennis courts, a pétanque pitch, an ornamental garden, a children's playground with paddling pool, a small zoo and a café.”
2 locals recommend
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“Lovely, lively park, our big green space. Has a cafe, childrens sand pit, play area, outdor table tennis, tennis courts, pitch and putt. Toddlers swimming pool.”
1 local recommends
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1 local recommends
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1 local recommends
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“There is a nice kids playing area, outdoor gym and small park space for everyone to hang out.”
1 local recommends