Southall Park (google map) is a decent size, well kept park only a short walk from Southall Broadway. It is very near Southall Market and Southall Police Station.
Southall Park has been a winner of the coverted Green Flag for the past three years (2005/6, 2006/7 and 2007/8). Southall park was acquired in the early 1900s by the council for use as a public park. Southall park is known for its quiet gazebos for people to sit and relax in the shade. A mosaic globe with sketches of modes of transport is situated near to the playcentre and nature conservation area.
Facilities at Southall parl include a playground, playcentre, bowling green and pavilion, tennis courts and public toilets.
Park locking applies - please refer to information at park gates.
Access: Uxbridge Road (few metres from police station), Park Avenue, Green Drive and Boyd Avenue.
Transport: Train: Southall, Bus: 207, 607, 83
The other decent size park is Southall is Spikes Bridge Park. The two smaller parks are Cranleigh Park and Glade Lane Canalside. For information about these see southall parks.