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We have visited Hurst Park a number of times, either cycling or walking through by the river or picnicking and playing frisbee.
The space is huge and right alongside the river. Walkers, cyclists and dogs are all welcome here.
I always love visiting here. It is free to park your car and there is a children’s playground.
In the Summer months an ice cream van parks up.
I haven’t yet found the public toilets even though they are clearly marked on the map!
Not in Tiley sure I wanted to share this little location we have a family day here from you putting up a gazebo and having a massive picnic it's a great area for the children obviously you have to watch them because there is the...More
This area used to be an old race course, first opened in 1890, and now is a place you can come to stroll by the Thames and feed the ducks. Excellent place to come on a hot day and enjoy the open spaces and the...More
If you like a gentle stroll beside the thames,then this is the place for you.Plenty to see,dogs galore,ducks,geese and all sorts of water birds.If you feel thirsty there is Thyme by the river,a little café on Molesey cricket ground.Continue on and you will reach the...More
You can spend hours here watching and feeding the ducks, watching all the boats going past and walk right along to Hampton Court, where there are many cafes and restaurants. The area is not commercialised and is clean and safe for children and dogs and...More
Moved to the area in September 2015.
Hurst park open space is quiet, peaceful and serene. Great for strolls and leisurely walks too along the river.
Always a nice place to go to when the sun is out and people are about!
Good places along...More
This is a wonderful place to go with the family and enjoy the freedom of letting the children run in safety. Also a lovely dog walking area where they can be off the leash and also have freedom. You can walk along the river to...More