Hindes Road Harrow London North London HA1 1RS
Looking for free things to do in Harrow Recreation Ground and the London area? Below is a selection of paid and free activities in Harrow Recreation Ground
Harrow Recreation Ground is sometimes referred to as C-Park and and is an ornamental and open parkland in the London Borough of Harrow. The Sensory Gardens provides a tranquil area and complement the contrasting Multi-Use Games Area which is a much more active area. Entrances are on Cunningham Park, Beresford Road, Roxborough Road, and Hindes Road. Harrow Recreation Ground provides excellent sports facilities including cricket squares, football pitches, a bowling green, tennis courts and a basketball court and is home to Harrow Bowls Club, one of the largest Middlesex bowls clubs with an affiliation to national, county and district associations.
How to get to Harrow Recreation Ground:
By tube: Harrow on the Hill station on Metropolitan Line. Harrow and Wealdstone station on Bakerloo Line
By train: Harrow on the Hill station on Chiltern Railways. Harrow and Wealdstone station on Silverlink County.
By bus: 183, H14, H18, H19,
114, 182, 186, 140, 340, 258, H9, H10, H11, H17 and 223 stop at Harrow Bus Station
By car: There is a free car park at the Roxborough Rd entrance with space for 41 vehicles including three spaces for the disabled.