First created as a park in 1929, Markfield Park is nearly 20 acres in size and offers a range of facilities.
Facilities and things to do
Markfield Park has:
- a café – for see café opening times on their Facebook page
- football pitches – to find out how to book a pitch visit our football page
- a multi-use games area
- netball courts
- an outdoor gym
- a picnic area
- a playground – including toddler play
- a skatepark
- table tennis table
- tennis courts – book a court on the Markfield Park tennis website
The Markfield Project was established in 1979 by parents of disabled children. It’s an inclusive space for disabled and non-disabled children to play.
For more information visit the Markfield Project website.
Markfield Beam Engine & Museum
The Museum is located in the park. To find out more about the museum visit the Markfield Beam Engine and Museum website.
There is a parking area reached from the Markfield Road entrance (headroom of 2.3 metres).
The entrance is gated and may be locked any time after 6pm.
The gate is usually opened around 9am on weekdays.
Parking is for:
- authorised users
- Blue Badge holders
- visitors the Markfield Project
- visitors to the Beam Engine Museum
- visitors to the Markfield Park café
Anyone using the parking facilities does so at their own risk. You are strongly advised to move your vehicle before 6pm.
The Friends of Markfield Park group is the park's volunteer group. They are actively involved in all aspects 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
Markfield Park received a Green Flag Award in 2010 and has won it every year since.
To ask for a copy of the Green Flag report see our parks report page.
Part of the park is where the old Victorian sewage works used to be. The sewage works were in operation up until the 1950s. The thick walls you see in the park are part of the old sewage filter beds. The Beam Engine Museum in the park celebrates this aspect of the park’s heritage.
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All Haringey parks are accessible by wheelchair users.
See more accessibility information on AccessAble.