At 56 hectares, Burgess Park is Southwark's largest park stretching from Camberwell and Walworth in the west to Peckham and the Old Kent Road in the east. As a park central to the local community and recognised more widely for its heritage, sports facilities, lake, wildlife, design and horticultural…
Fun tennis courts, a wonderful dragon sculpture and great playpark for small kids and bigger ones.
Fairly big park nearby - couple of kids playgrounds - one with a giant slide and flying fox.
Massive park, great for running. It has a lovely cafe in the middle, duck lake where people fish. Also has a BMX area and parks for children. A nice spot.
Our local park. Tennis courts, a fishing lake, free communal bbq, ping pong tables, a BMX track, and lots of space to relax.
Large park with football pitches, tennis facilities etc. Good for a weekend run or cycle!
Amazing park. Always full of lively people. music, with barbecues that you can use yourself, tennis pitch, football field. A gorgeous lake. They grow vegetables, art in the park etc etc.
Walk through the parks, nature gardens or English gardens. Tennis courts, BMX courts, etc. Great for a walk around or climb the hill for views over London.
Recently-redeveloped park, includes the Chumleigh Gardens Cafe, plus fishing pond, tennis courts, etc. Many events and festivals take place here over the summer months.
Sprawling park with a large pond, wild flower areas, tennis. Great for a morning run
“Beloved local coffee shop, with the best cheese toasties ever. Next to the park; you can watch tennis players while you enjoy your caffeine hit ;) Vegan friendly, bring your keep cup too.”
“Unpretentious wood-floor pub specialising in global craft ales, serving tasters of 1/3 pint.”
“Amazing food from Western China. The hand pulled noodles are a favourite, and the spice level is similar to Szechuan style, but with a whole other twist. Exceptional value. Booking recommended. ”
“Relaxed pizza place in Camberwell. You can also take out and eat in local pubs, like the Stormbird over the road. ”