Reconnect with nature, get your sport on, and more at Lampton Park.

CC photo by: Ewan Munro

About Lampton Park

Lampton Park has two main areas, its playing fields to the north and the more formal park to the south, laid out with winding paths, flowers, grass and trees for you to enjoy.

When walking to the western entrance, you’ll come across Harte Road, a gorgeous pedestrianised street that is maintained for nature conservation. Lampton Park opened in 1930 and in 1951 a Sarsen Stone, which had been unearthed from a pit at the Hounslow Sand and Gravel Co. works at Heston in 1926, was set up in the park.

Walk through Lampton Park’s large areas of amenity grassland crossed by formal pathways with a mix of beautiful mature trees. Bring the kids to the substantial playground providing for all ages or take advantage of the hard-standing tennis courts. Admire the formal flower and shrub beds and small pond. The park really delivers for local biodiversity with a nature area, planted native woodlands and a wildflower meadow, a wonderful calm oasis to explore or to have a picnic.

Facilities: playground, tennis courts, nature area, flower beds, rose garden, memorial garden, pond and orchard.

40 Harte Rd, Hounslow TW3 4LD
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april, 2024