This park is beautiful, plenty of great walks, see the deer roaming around, A beautiful lake where you can sit and watch the swans and ducks. There Is a free car park, with plenty of spaces, although in summer and at weekends it can get pretty busy. Hampton Court is just across the road. There is a spacious childrens play area with a sand pit (take your own sand toys) and plenty of climbing apparatus as well as slide and swings, this is a dog free area, but dogs can be left on the grassy area just outside of the enclosed area. There is a smaller area designed for younger children, there are also public toilets and a shelter should cover be needed for wet or hot weather!! There is plenty of space for ball games. This park does hold some history of it's own, during WW2 there was an American base here, Camp Griffiss, there are memorials in the park, it was here that General Eisenhower planned operation overlord. As you enter the park from Hampton Court you can see the ancient Diana fountain which stands in the middle of a lake. Refreshments can be bought from the outlet in the car park. A word of warning take care to remember the deer are wild animals and should be respected as such. The park is close to the market town of Kingston upon Thames which also has a wealth of history. The River Thames is close by, boat trips run to and from Kingston with the boat stopping at Hampton Court.There is a cost for the boat trip. .
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