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Parks & nature in Twickenham

Park
“Our local park is on a very pretty part of the River Thames. It's provides a nice setting for a walk through the park and towards Twickenham's boat yards, town centre and Eel Pie Island. It is also possible to take a boat across to Ham House.”
14 locals recommend
Park
“Enjoy the shops and restaurants of Richmond or just watch a cricket match on the green.”
14 locals recommend
Harbour / Marina
“A lovely walk or cycle from Teddington to Richmond or Kingston along the river”
9 locals recommend
Island
“Full of lovely houses and paths for walking. Once famous for music artists such as the Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart and Phil Collins who played concerts there.”
6 locals recommend
Gym
“Richmond Park, with its wide-open views and roaming deer, is the biggest green space in London. On the outskirts is a 1970s sports centre with heated indoor and outdoor pools. Surrounded by palm trees and pampas grass, the 33-meter outdoor pool is a lovely place to swim, popular with families. But in shuts down in winter. Richmond is on the flight path to Heathrow, so you can watch the belly of planes flying overhead as you do your laps.”
6 locals recommend
Park
“A beautiful garden on the banks of Thames in Twickenham with sculptures made from renowned Italian white Carrara marble. ”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Ham Common connects with Ham Avenues and Ham Common Woods and is designated as a Local Nature Reserve.”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Gorgeous, Huge natural park with streams, rivers, nature reserve, open spaces and lots to investigate and see including original shot tower. ”
2 locals recommend
Park
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Fantastic menu nice atmosphere. 6 minutes by bus picked up at the end of the road 100 yards away”
2 locals recommend
Park
“The River Crane flows through Kneller Gardens and it also has a playground, cafe, toilets, tennis courts, basketball hoops, table tennis table, cycle and running path, outdoor gym, football pitches and plenty of grass to relax on.”
3 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends
Stables
“Set within the area of Ham House, this beautiful courtyard leads to Minette's livery yard with wandering ducks, meadow and coach house. ”
1 local recommends
Park
“Lying adjacent to the Thames, this Local Nature Reserve has a mixture of habitats that range from woodland to wetland and contains a diverse number of plants and animals. There are wildflowers that attract bees and butterflies and the reserve is teaming with bird life. The Ham Lands are very popular with horse riders, dog walkers and nature lovers. There is an off-road BMX track nestled in the corner towards Teddington Lock.”
1 local recommends