Parks

Browse our map to find out about our parks and what facilities they have on offer.

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  • Albert Embankment Gardens

    A chain of small open spaces running between Vauxhall and Waterloo along the River Thames.

  • Archbishop's Park

    A popular medium-sized open space in the heart of Waterloo, with a rich and fascinating history.

  • Becondale Road Open Space

    A small open space located between Gipsy Hill and Crystal Palace in the south-eastern corner of the borough 

  • Brockwell Park

    Brockwell Park is a large park set within a hilly landscape comprising a network of ponds, ancient oak trees, a walled 'Old English' flower garden and wide, open meadows.

  • Emma Cons Gardens

    Emma Cons Gardens is a small open space in Waterloo opposite the famous Old Vic Theatre, as well as shops and businesses on The Cut and Lower Marsh, and directly opposite Waterloo Railway Station.

  • Hillside Gardens Park

    Hillside Gardens Park is a medium-sized but popular park situated between Streatham Hill and Tulse Hill.

  • Kennington Park

    Kennington Park is large and attractive Victorian-era public park, with winding paths and numerous mature trees, helping create a graceful, historic yet peaceful atmosphere.

  • Larkhall Park

    Larkhall Park is an local park between Clapham, Stockwell and Vauxhall, which includes artificial and grass football pitches and tennis courts, a children’s playground, and a community garden.

  • Myatt's Fields Park

    Myatt's Fields Park is a medium-sized Victorian-era park located between Camberwell and Brixton.

  • Old Paradise Gardens

    Old Paradise Gardens is a small but vital green space near to Lambeth Palace, with a children's playground, wildlife features and quiet sitting areas.