Parks and open spaces services & information
Croydon's parks and green spaces remain open to the public, but all outdoor gyms, tennis courts, multi use games areas and skate facilities are now closed.
If you wish to use one of Croydon’s parks to run organised sport and fitness sessions you must obtain a park user agreement
How the council-wide savings proposals might affect parks and open spaces. Have your say in the consultation, closing 24 January 2021.
Volunteering opportunities and information on guided walks and the Croydon Outdoor Explorer Network.
Parklife is a five-year commitment to build multi-pitch football ‘hubs’ across towns and cities in England to create sustainable community football facilities.
The vision for Croydon's parks and spaces is to ensure that these important assets are maintained for future generations to enjoy. We have some big ideas for the future of our parks.
Parks and open spaces listed under four broad areas in the borough.
There are byelaws applicable in parks and open spaces.
Croydon's parks and open spaces in alphabetical order.
Some Croydon parks can be hired for events.
There are outdoor gyms all around the borough. Find their locations and more information here.
Closing times vary depending on the time of year.
Locations of playgrounds in Croydon.
How to get an allotment plot, how much they cost and where they're located.
Our grounds maintenance teams look after all parks and open spaces. Wildflower verge Trials and change in grass cutting regime, encouraging and protecting Bees and butterflies in Croydon