2020 Green Flag Award Winner - Canons Park is one of five Green Flag Parks in Harrow.
Canons park is between Edgware and Stanmore with entrances from Canons Drive, Donnefield Avenue, Howberry Road and Whitchurch Lane.
The park is listed as Grade II on the Register of Parks and Gardens with the park containing several listed buildings. The King George V Memorial Garden is a walled garden in the park which was originally part of the duke’s kitchen gardens and was re-designed in the 1930s, once the park became open to the public.
The park offers a pleasant open space with a children's play area, small cafe, green gym, basketball hoop, ponds and general recreation area for running, bootcamps and informal ball games.
Park facilities at Canons Park
Visit Openplay for information on how you can hire facilities at this park.
How to get to Canons Park
|There is pedestrian access to the park from Canons Drive, Donnefield Avenue, Howberry Road and Whitchurch Lane.|
|If you plan to visit by train, the closest train station to Canons park is Canons park (Underground) which is a 3-minute walk to the park.|
|If you plan to visit by bus, the closest bus routes are: 79, 186 and 340.|
|If you plan to visit by car, there isn’t a designated car park so you will have to park in a suitable location on a nearby street.|