Down Lane Park

Situated near Tottenham Hale station, local residents and sports groups regularly use the park. It's also an attractive cut through for commuters using the station.

Down Lane Park Improvement Project

We're working with the community to improve Down Lane Park. Visit the Commonplace website to find out more about the Down Lane Improvement Project.

Facilities and things to do

Down Lane Park has:

Get involved

Friends group

The volunteer group, Friends of Down Lane Park, campaign for park improvements.

To find out more about the group and get involved, see our list of Friends of Parks groups.

Living Under One Sun (LUOS) café and community hub

The café and community hub are managed by the local charity, LUOS. 

LUOS organise a range of activities including yoga and a walking group.

They also welcome volunteers to help support the work of their small, dedicated team. 

See the LUOS website to find out about activities and volunteering.

Park management 

To find out how the park is managed see our park management reports page.

Green Flag Award 

Down Lane Park first won a green flag Award in 2014, has retained it ever since. 

To ask for a copy of the Green Flag report see our parks report page.


The land where the park now sits was known as Lammas land. The council purchased it in 1900.

On 11 May 1907, the wife of the then Chairman of the Council, Mrs Garland, officially opened the park. It was first called Down Fields, and later changed to Down Lane.

Report a problem

Report a park issue on our report a problem page.




Park View Road
N17 9AU
United Kingdom

Venue opening times

The park is open 24 hours a day.


All parks in Haringey are accessible to wheelchair users.

See more accessibility information on AccessAble.