Southall parks

Other parks in Southall

Spikes bridge park

For more information or queries, please contact the west ranger team.

Cranleigh Park

Known for many years as a small play park for children. Includes play equipment and a grass area suited for football and other games.

Access: Cranleigh Gardens
Transport: Train: Southall, Bus: E5, 120
Facilities: Playground
Park locking applies.

Cranleigh Wood

Small wood with small open green space that contains a fenced in pond

Access: Cranleigh Gardens
Transport: Train: Southall, Bus: E5, 120
Facilities: Playground
Open access

Glade Lane Canalside Park

One of Ealing's parks with a playground, BMX track and nature conservation habitats (hay and arable meadows, pond, hedgerows). Turf Maze, based on a traditional Celtic design, and Skateboard ramp.

Access: Glade Lane or Windmill Lane (Three Bridges ancient monument)
Transport: Bus: E5
Facilities: Playground, BMX area, five-a-side football, basketball court, Turf Maze
Open access

Jubilee Park

Large open space often used for sports and games. Popular with walkers and those walking dogs.

Access: Jubilee Gardens and Somerset Road.
Transport: Train: Southall, Bus: 105, 95
Facilities: Playground
Park locking applies.

King George’s Playing Field

A large open space with a number of football pitches.  To book a pitch contact Active Ealing.

Access: Lady Margaret Road
Transport: Bus: 105.
Facilities: Football pitches
Open access

Long Wood

One of the finest remnants of ancient woodland in the Brent River Park and home to a rich variety of tree species and wildlife. An interesting feature is the mature oak and cherry tree that share a common trunk. Take an enjoyable walk by following the raised wooden boardwalk and footpath through the wood.

Access: Windmill Lane and Trumpers Way, off Boston Road.
Transport: Tube: Boston Manor and Osterley (Piccadilly line), Bus: E8
Open access

Manor House Grounds

Set within Southall's lively town centre, the grounds of the timber-framed Elizabethan Manor House are a peaceful retreat with a proud heritage. These magnificent grounds hold wonderful yew trees and an old mulberry tree are said to have been planted by Henry VIII. The Southall Ranger team is also based within the grounds in a separate building away from the Manor house.

Transport: Train: Southall, Bus: 120, E5, 105, 95
Park locking applies.

Norwood Green

This village developed around the church of St Mary, parts of which date from the 12th century. By 1800 there were 40 houses around the triangular green. Buildings of interest include Norwood Hall, the Plough Inn and the former Biscoe Free School.

Access: Junction of Norwood and Tentelow Lane
Transport: Bus: 120
Facilities: Children's playground, public toilet
Open access

Southall Recreation Ground

Situated in the old part of Southall with the Grand Union Canal running along the south side. The canal attracts a large variety of wildlife that can be seen from within the park. Includes a perimeter path ideal for walkers or joggers.

Access: Recreation Road, The Common, Florence Road and Tachbrook Road.
Transport: Train: Southall (Thames Trains), Bus: 105, 195, H32
Facilities: Tennis courts, playground, football, cricket, sport changing rooms, car park
Park locking applies.

Spikes Bridge Park

A pond in the southwest corner is valuable for birds and wetland plants. The Grand Union Canal runs along the west side to Paddington. Children have a playground with a waterside theme, whilst others can enjoy keeping fit on the running track and perimeter path.

Access: West Avenue (off Carlyle Avenue), Spikes Bridge Road, Cranleigh Gardens and off the canal towpath.
Transport: Train: Southall (Thames Trains), Bus: 95, 105, 120, E5, 207, 607
Facilities: Tennis courts, running track, playground, football pitches, cricket pitches
Park locking applies.

Learn about the improvements being carried out in Spikes Bridge

Tentelow Wood and Meadow

Situated adjacent to Tentelow Lane, Norwood Green and Southall, this ancient bluebell woodland contains a variety of tree species including oak, hornbeam and elm. The field to the south is managed as a traditional hay meadow.

Access: Tentelow Lane (opposite Poplar Avenue)
Transport: Bus: E5
Facilities: Sports pavilion and playing field, car park
Open access

Three Bridges Park

This pocket park was created in 2013 and sits next to the Grand Union Canal offering excellent views towards the Three Bridges ancient monument. The park includes an informal seating area, interpretation board/ podwalk and nature conservation habitats (wildflower meadow, hedgerow, fruit trees).

Download the Three Bridges leaflet and Podwalk.

Access: Tentelow Lane or Windmill Lane (Three Bridges ancient monument)
Transport: Bus: E5
Facilities: informal seating, interpretation board
Open access

Warren Farm

Ealing's largest sports ground, with up to 20 football pitches and six cricket pitches in summer. Sports clubs use the site mainly at the weekend. Part of Brent River Park the site has a conservation area that runs alongside Windmill Lane from where Little Owls can be spotted. To book a pitch please contact Active Ealing.

Access: Windmill Lane
Transport: Bus: 92, 195, 207, 607, N207
Facilities: Changing rooms, toilets, car park
Open access

Wolf Fields

Frequently used as a walk-through and by tennis players and bowlers. Southall Bowls Club, Wolf Fields Ladies Bowls Club and Southall British Legion use the bowling green.

Access: Norwood Road or Thorncliffe Road
Transport: Bus: 120
Facilities: Tennis courts, bowling green and pavilion, dog exercise area
Park locking applies.

Pages in Southall parks

  1. Introduction
  2. Southall Manor House Grounds
  3. Southall Park
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