Parks and Playgrounds in Sutton

Families in Sutton are lucky enough to have a great selection of green spaces to visit. Here are Local Mums' favourites.

There are some beautiful parks and great playgrounds in Sutton. The borough of Sutton has 1500 acres of parks and open spaces. 

Most parks have a children’s playground and many have other facilities as well. With the Borough of Sutton being one of the greenest in London, we are spoilt for choice for fantastic outdoor areas.

A list of Parks and Open Spaces in the London Borough of Sutton 

Parks usually only open during daylight hours.
Admission is free but a charge may be made for facilities like Crazy Golf.
Telephone: 020 8770 5070

Beddington Park


Huge with children's playground

- Pavilion with a cafe and toilets
- 6 tennis courts
- Skate park
- 3 Little League football pitches
Church Road, Beddington, Surrey
Telephone: 020 8770 5070

Carshalton Park


- Children's playground
- 5 tennis courts

Ruskin Road, Carshalton, Surrey
Telephone: 020 8770 5070

Cheam Park


The large range of facilities at this park includes a children's playground with an enormous sandpit and a nearby cafe. There is a bowling green and pavilion, tennis courts and football pitches. Also allotments with car park and disabled toilets. Tudor Close, Cheam
Telephone: 020 8770 5070

The Grove Park


- Excellent children's playground
- Crazy golf
- Ball park
- Cafe and toilets
High Street, Carshalton, Surrey, SM5 3BB
Telephone: 020 8770 5070

The children's playground was highly commended in The Grove's Green Flag Award.

Manor Park


- Children's playground
- Cafe
Throwley Way, Sutton
Telephone: 020 8770 5070

Mellows Park
Children's playground
- Cafe
- Football pitches
- Ball park
- Pavilion, changing rooms and toilets
Stafford Road, Wallington, Surrey
Telephone: 020 8770 5070

Priory Park


Priory Park is a 65 acre park, with gardens, grassland, woodland, a lake, recreational facilities and a lovely playground. The park is very close to the town centre and is a short drive from Sutton on the A217. Events are regularly held here, including concerts and firework displays.
The playground is fantastic and has something for all ages. There is a large wooden pirate ship and a huge sand pit. The grassy area is enormous and is great for picnics. There is also a good cafe there with lots of outdoor seating. Free entry.
Reigate’s Priory Park Pavilion houses the park's information centre, cafe, toilets and park office.
Bell Street, Reigate, Surrey, RH2 7RL
Email: Park

Roundshaw Park 
Very well-equipped and extensive play area for all ages, and fields around to play ball on. There are hard courts too. 
Forrester's Drive, Wallington, Surrey

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