Sunday, November 6, 2016

Crawley Local Parks




Crawley Local Parks

We hope you enjoy your stay in Crawley. Here are details of local parks which you can visit to enhance your stay. They are all situated within a five to ten minutes drive of Crawley town centre.

Bewbush Water Gardens & Ifield Mill

Bewbush Water Gardens are fed by Bewbush Brook thus creating a large pond which supports beautiful white water lilies and other aquatic plants.

Tilgate Park

Tilgate Park is just a short five minutes drive from Crawley town centre. A large park combining natural woodland, ornamental trees, large lake and childrens play area.

Voted number one children's attraction in Sussex by readers of the Evening Argus.

Home to the Smith and Western themed restaurant which the kids and adults alike are sure to enjoy.

Tilgate Park also boasts a childrens zoo containing Domestic - White Park Cattle, Ponies, Pigs, Sheep, Goats, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Canaries, Poultry as well as wildlife such as Deer, Wallabies, Red Squirrels, Water Voles, Cranes, Bald Ibises, Owls, Pheasants, Ducks, Geese and other birds, Lizards, Snakes, Turtles, Newts, Frogs, Tarantulas and Stick Insects.

Broadfield Park

Broadfield Park combines both ornamental gardens and landscaped lawns in the grounds of Broadfield House.It is situated across the A23 from Tilgate Park,

Goffs Park

Goffs Park is the oldest of Crawley's Parks. It is set in over 50 acres and is just a stones throw from Crawley Town Centre. Ideal for a relaxing walk.

Memorial Gardens

The Memorial Gardens offer a haven of peace and quiet in the middle of the busy Town Centre.

After leaving the County Mall shopping Center by the side exit you can pass through the gardens on the way to Argos, Marks and Spencers and a host of other shops on the northern side of town.

Southgate Playing Fields

An ideal location for the kids to let rip situated close to the town centre. It offers everything from bowls to skateboarding, including an area of natural woodland for BMX cycling.

Worth Park / Milton Mount Park

The old English country garden atmosphere still remains at Worth Park, with its Fountain Garden, Sundial and Camellia Walk.

There is a beautiful lake where fishing is also permitted.

West Green Park

An easy walk from the Town Centre, facilities at West Green Park include tennis courts, childrens play area and ice cream kiosk.

Maidenbower Park

Maidenbower park includes a large open play area which is also ideal for picnics, as well as a pleasant cental cafe.

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