Parks and facilities in Haringey

Parks and their facilities, like playgrounds, paddling pools, tennis courts and football pitches and ancient woods.

Find out about the facilities for each park and what events are happening. 

Directory Entries (map)

Directory Entries

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Bruce Castle Park

Bruce Castle Park covers 8 hectares of parkland. Its rich history dates back to the early 11th century.

Brunswick Park

A small, local park between Seven Sisters Road and West Green Road. It provides welcome green space in a built-up area.

Downhills Park

A 12 hectare park with lots to do, a recreation space and formal gardens.

Ducketts Common

Opposite Turnpike Lane underground station on Green Lanes, the park has lots of facilities and a wildflower meadow.

Lordship Recreation Ground

Lordship Recreation Ground is situated in the heart of Haringey. It was first opened as a public park in 1932.

Markfield Park

First created as a park in 1929, Markfield Park is nearly 20 acres in size and offers a range of facilities.

Paignton Park

The park provides green space, a playground, picnic area and table tennis in a residential area.

Priory Park

More than 25,000 people visit Priory Park each year. Many enjoy events in the pavilion or picnic in the philosopher’s garden, which is a dog-free area.