We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews duck pond leisure centre children's play area dog mess nice place to go walking trails london skyline duck feed feeding the ducks well laid out tennis courts ice cream lakes ascot stroll benches terrain
A small country park close to M3. Great view point, where London can be seen in the distance. Marked walks around, with varying degrees of difficulty, but none really strenuous. Good parking, toilets and a café.
Choice of 2 marked trails to take. The purple trail is about 2 miles & gives great views as far as the London skyline. It’s very steep in places but there’s steps in the steepest parts. Really picturesque but sadly it’s close proximity to the...More
With my elderly mother we walked the short guided trail and enjoyed the variety of scenery and the ponds. Ponds are being developed as wildlife sanctuaries but the rest of area that we saw was gently managed. Others had dogs with them, children enjoyed the...More
Haven't had the opportunity to visit this park for a number of years.
Children's play area is a little tired but still finctional, but in saying that there is signage indicating that the area is going to be revamped.
Paths seem to be well kept...More
Several walks of varying challenge. All are great though and offer different terrain and length. Great views too.
Coffee shop at the end is worth visiting for 30 mins to watch the world go by as well. Nice coffee.
Nice place for family walks. Walks are fairly small compared to other places and they could possibly look at more options like from the summit a route going to the edges where the army camp is. I would not say its suitable for prams or...More