Woodberry Down Park is an impressive small linear park (0.5ha) in north Hackney, next to our neighbouring borough, Haringey.
The park has an interesting character with 'high specification' planting and a natural setting, and the site is orientated towards the New River and the West Reservoir. A stretch of Metropolitan Open Land runs along the New River with some mature existing trees retained. Woodberry Down Park will become an increasingly well used pocket of green space in this densely populated area of London.
- small children's play area
- trim trail (wooden gym apparatus)
Woodberry Down Park's first Green Flag
Woodberry Down Park was awarded its first Green Flag in 2016. The Green Flag award scheme is the benchmark national standard for parks and green spaces in the UK. The park retained its award in 2018 and has been put forward for an award in 2019.
Barbecues are not allowed in Woodberry Down Park. The use of all barbecues in London Fields has also been suspended following safety advice to all London councils from the London Fire Brigade.
Dogs are excluded from the play area and sports facilities. If your dogs are behaving aggressively, causing damage, or if you do not have appropriate control over them, Council officers can ask you to put them on leads. More information on dogs in parks.
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