Every park is unique and shaped by its local communities and the people who visit, care for and own them. Each reflects aspects of the borough it sits in, and all are waiting to surprise and welcome you.

Explore our borough maps to find parks and park friends groups near you.

Our articles are all about the characters, sweat and tears that go into looking after our green spaces. You'll also find details of the fun, the value and the benefits to be found when visiting.

Our pages allow you to explore what's in your borough or compare how your local council's green spaces compare with others.

Please do share details of your park visits with us by posting images on our Instagram, Twitter or Facebook pages using the hashtag #goparkslondon.

People make parks. In return, parks nurture and build communities, add positively to our environment and health, and help protect us from the harmful impacts of climate change and environmental loss.

Parks are where people meet, where new ideas or relationships grow. They are the spaces where families and communities play or build life-long memories. There's more going on than you'd imagine and the best thing about it all is that it's free for you to experience.

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