The largest park Camden Council runs, with good wildlife habitats and a visitor centre.
Set on a hillside with panoramic views over London, it includes historic Lauderdale House and its formal terraced gardens.
The park has recently been improved and restored. This has seen the creation of a Waterlow Parks Centre.
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Highgate HillHighgateLondonN6 5HG
A little peace of heaven located in the heart of a busy city.
Waterlow's park is somewhere you'd go to escape from the daily rushing routine and just relax in the nature. The place has a large rage of activities you can do here, despite the weather. This is the ideal spot for puppies to play and walk around without worrying about passing cars or other dangers.
The park is quite big and you'll...more
I have to join the praise for this wonderful park.
It's a beautiful green oasis in the middle of Highgate, right next to Highgate cemetery (which is definitely worth a visit too - see my separate review for it).
The park is very well maintained and very clean, and thus an ideal spot for a picnic, lazy nap on a sunny afternoon, or a walk with a pet. I especially enjoy the pond in the middle of...more
I absolutely love walking through this park! It's clean, not too busy and easy to walk through with wide paths compared to hampstead heath for example. It's also very close to highgate cemetery, which is definitely worth a visit too as many famous people are buried among other beautiful graves.more
Gorgeous, well-maintained neighborhood park. I've spent many a sunny day here napping, reading, eating, and just passing the time.
Plenty of benches and bins so I can bring food and not worry about where to toss it; lots of trees to sit against and do some reading. In a great area, too, so I can always run out and grab food or buy a book or something to take back into the park with me.more
As a passionate and dutiful dog owner, a trip to Waterlow Park is on my daily to-do list. It's such a lovely park, with loads of old trees, spacious meadows...and best of all, it's all so well-maintained. In fact, the other day we had visitors from South London and they were in awe by how luscious and well-kept this park was...apparently quite a difference to some of the more plain commons....more