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King George's Park
Bodmin StreetLondonSW18 4TG
Top 4 reviews of King George's Park
This park is really simple, there's not much to it compared to other fancier parks in and around London, but you know what? I really think this park rocks. It's usually quite quiet, which is what I value the most as I hate lots of rowdy folk infesting parks in the summer time.
I've often sat with friends here, made a little picnic and watched locals fly kites, walk their dogs and play with... more
Bordering the River Wandle, this is a brilliant park for children. It has three separate well-equipped play areas for younger and older kids, and a large grassy area for ball games, with a cycle track running along the edge. There's a separate bike park too. It has a small lake with a fountain, ducks and moorhens, tennis courts, a rose garden and an area with picnic benches. There's a one... more
This is a lovely park with a Waitrose within 5 minutes walk for all the picnic essentials.
I was here for the tennis and another forlorn attempt to get some sort of game together. 8 hard courts available for £5 an hour were fully occupied all weekend so you need to book well in advance.
Various intensive (3 hrs on a Saturday and 3 hrs Sunday for about £60) courses are run throughout the... more
Small and unassuming, King George's Park certainly isn't a destination.
But that means that there's more park for me and other locals without the rest of London there. The park's main draw for me has been the ten well-maintained and secluded tennis courts that cost £6 per hour during peak times. Although the courts aren't flood-lit, which means no tennis matches through the evening or... more