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A 12 hectare park with lots to do, a recreation space and formal gardens.
Downhills Park Road
Downhills Park has:
- a basketball court
- a café – visit the Downhills Park Café website
- football pitches – book a pitch on the Downhills Park Playfinder website
- a multi-use games area
- a netball court
- an outdoor gym
- a picnic area
- a playground
- a rugby pitch – book the pitch on the Downhills Park Playfinder website
- table tennis table
- tennis courts – book a court on the Downhills Park tennis website
The volunteer group, The Friends of Downhills Park, aims to promote the public benefit and enjoyment of the park.
To contact the group, see our list of Friends of Parks groups.
To find out how the park is managed see our park management reports page.
Green Flag Award
Downhills Park won the prestigious Green Flag award in 2006 and has kept it ever since.
To ask for a copy of the Green Flag report see our parks report page.
About your park
Downhills was a big Georgian house, built before 1728. In 1901, Tottenham Urban District Council bought the land and grounds.
Recreation ground and formal gardens
Downhills Park covers 12 hectares. It’s irregularly shaped and split into 2 distinct sections.
To the west lies the recreation ground. It’s used every weekend during the season for organised sport, and for informal kickabouts by children and adults throughout the year.
To the east lies the formal gardens. The elegance and sophistication of the early 19th century design remain. The ornamental Italian Gardens located at the heart of the park is a favourite for those wanting peace and quiet.
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