Relax and walk along the paths and avenues of Ravenscourt Park or enjoy the numerous sporting facilities.
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A really nice little park right by the Ravenscourt Tube Station and not far from Hammersmith. There's plenty of green spaces and the best part about this is the pool area which is so great for kids on a hot summers day. The park isn't huge but is a lovely community park and a great place to go for a picnic or to kick a ball around. There's a reasonable playground and when I was there there was...more
Loved going here as a kid. Many memories of playing in the sand pit with the fake crocodile and paddling in the pool.
Obviously don't do that anymore but whenever i'm back in london and it's nice weather i like to pop by even if it's just to walk the dogs.
Tube station moments away so easy to get to. This is one of those places not many know exist. Definitely worth a visit.more
Love this park. You can take a slow stroll and admire the greenery and go feed the birds... Check out squirrels and dogs running after them... And a pond where you might sight frogs idly taking a swim...
There's a play area where you see the children play, taking you back to the time where u are just as care-free...
Can easily spend hours in this little park, just to quiten down the pace...more
This is an incredible park.
Friends and family who visit from outside London are amazed by it. It's like one of those parks you see in old children's picture books.
Not just a big expanse of green - though it has that, too - there are lots of winding pathways and a small lake with an island, ducks, swans and geese
...and three separate kids play areas, all with different activities...more
Easily the largest park in the Shepherd's Bush/Hammersmith area. Very popular with families and dog walkers as you might expect.
Despite being large it has quite a bit of character and is a much more pleasant walking route from the Ravenscourt Park station to my house than trotting up Conningham Road or whatever other awful roads.
They're actually quite nice roads, the whole area is very...more