Spikes Bridge Park (google map)
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.
London Tigers, an award winning charity that empowers disadvantaged communities through sports, is based in Spikes Bridge Park. It operates from Southall, Tower Hamlets and Westminster.
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 - please refer to information at park gates.
Next to Jubilee Gardens Library and Jubilee Gardens Medical Centre. Large open space often used for sports and games. Popular with walkers and those walking dogs.
Access: Jubilee Gardens and Somerset Road
Southall Recreation Ground
Situated in old 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
Facilities: Tennis courts, playground, football, cricket, sport changing rooms, car 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
Glade Lane Canalside
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)