Love this park for the variety of it, there's areas to work out, or people watch, there's a restaurant somewhere, there's a lake, there's a track.. you can do anything here.
Beautiful and well kept with a kids play ground area. really nice.more
Still my favorite park in London for a lazy afternoon reading comics on the world-famous elephant blanket. This park has wide open spaces, leafy shaded areas, a pond full of ducks and swans, and a generally peaceful atmosphere. It's also just plain gosh-durned pretty.
Sure it's more yummy mummies than cool kids, but sometimes the park shouldn't feel like a scene. Also, there is plenty of...more
Entering with pitchers of Pimms and exiting with pink shoulders, Wasndworth Common was the perfect place to while away the nicest day of 2010 thus far.
Of all the commons, this one tops them all. It was as low key and laid back as a Sunday morning, which was grand after the park I had been in earlier (I'm looking at you London Fields) had been turned over in an uproar by a shooting and a...more
I'm going to go with a big five stars here, and I don't think this is just neighbourhood bias.
I finally took a stroll through Wandsworth Common on the bank holiday yesterday and I was amazed with what it had to offer. Tennis courts, bowls, cricket and football pitches, playgrounds, pull-up bars and other work-out areas, miles of bike and running paths, a cafe, a duck pond (on the Clapham...more
When the sun is shining and you happen to find yourself in south London, Wandsworth Common is a great place to enjoy the fresh air and take a breather from the yummy mummies.
The Clapham junction area has its charms, plenty of shopping with a hint of small-town-downtown atmosphere. The area is always having little street fairs and carnivals and is always baby friendly.
I found Wandsworth...more