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Parks and recreation grounds

Merton is rich in green spaces, with over 60 public parks.

View across Holland Garden

Overview of our parks

Overview of our parks - Merton parks and nature conservation areas (3.1MB)


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List of parks

Mitcham area Morden area Wimbledon area
Armfield Crescent Abbey Recreation Ground All Saints Recreation Ground
The Canons Recreation Ground Cannon Hill Common Cannizaro Park
Colliers Wood Recreation Ground Church Lane Playing Fields Commons extension
Donnelly Green John Innes Park and Recreation Ground Cottenham Park
Edenvale Open Space Joseph Hood Recreation Ground Durnsford Recreation Ground
Figges Marsh Kendor Gardens Dundonald Recreation Ground
Lavender Park King George's Playing Fields Garfield Recreation Ground
Lewis Road Lynmouth Gardens Haydons Road Recreation Ground
London Road Playing Fields Morden Hall Park (National Trust) Holland Garden
Long Bolstead Recreation Ground Morden Park Nelson Gardens
Miles Road Playing Fields Morden Recreation Ground Pitt Crescent
Mitcham Common Moreton Green Raynes Park Sports Ground
Oakleigh Way Recreation Ground Mostyn Gardens South Park Gardens
Pollards Hill Recreation Ground Nursery Road Playing Fields Wandle Park
Rock Terrace Ravensbury Park Wimbledon Common (external link)
Rowan Road Recreation Ground Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Playing Fields Wimbledon Park
Sherwood Recreation Ground    
Tamworth Recreation Ground    
Three Kings Piece    

See also: Play areas

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This page was last updated on Thursday 17 April 2014