Open all year round. The tennis and ball courts are open April to May and October 8am-6pm, June to September 8am-8pm, and November to March 8am-4pm
5.69 ha Borehamwood park popular for sport and events The park has 2 routes and 12 points of interest.
Play area opened in Summer 2018 for children of all ages including the following equipment;-
Open during booked football fixtures or events.
There are two grass football pitches available to hire during between the end of August and beginning of May. To book please contact please call John O'Conner (Grounds Maintenance) Ltd on 01727 844638
Pitch 1 Senior – Size 94m x 60m
Pitch 2 Senior – Size 90m x 60m
Fully inclusive play Area for children up to the age of 8 containing the following equipment;-
2 Flat Swings
Wheelchiar accessible roundabout
Toddler Multi-unit with chimes and slide
Wide seesaw for multiple users of all abilities
2 cradle swings
2 play panels
Surrounded by a rubber track, the play area is fully surfaced with brightly coloured artificial safety grass for exciting all year round play and learning. The play is fenced and complete with planting and 2 wheelchair accessible picnic tables
These courts are free to play and no booking is required.
In busy periods, please keep games to one hour maximum.
Multi-sports courts with markings so you can play netball, basketball, tennis and football
Please note that these courts are temporarily used as an overflow car park until September 2019
Complete the circuit, build up strength and keep a record of progress on the associated fitness app.
The units include 3 different weighted kettlebells, various heights of resistance straps for a varied workout and core twist posts with pull-up bars.
The surface is marked to provide multiple workouts and includes 3 steps.
The interactive dancefloor tracks your movements and tests your dance skills using a motion camera. Select from one of five games, young and old can get the party started or challenge their friends to a dance competition.
Since it opened at the beginning of December 2015, it has on average been used more than 2 hours every day.
This is an exciting interactive sports wall with 16 LED impact sensitive panels and LED lights aimed to stimulate all ages to get – and stay – outdoors while containing the excitement, competition and body-eye co-ordination of gaming. Choose from one of five games from team games, target practice or measure the speed of your shot!
This was the first to be installed in the whole country...and still the best!!!
A sheltered seating area for teenagers to socialise
This area of the park was used as the compound during the construction of the Football Club’s artificial pitch and was then left to regenerate naturally. Interesting grass species emerged and the Four Parks Friend’s Group requested that the area remains wildflower meadow in the future due to the wildlife benefits it offers
Open to the public since 1929, this park is popular for sport and has a range of facilities including two exciting and inclusive childrens play areas, tennis courts, multi-sports courts, interactive play, a teen shelter, football pitches, open grassland and a wildflower meadow.
Discover active enhanced play in the space and earth themed play areas before whizzing down the huge tube slide!
The outdoor gym includes Kettlebells, resistance straps and core training.
The park also hosts local events including Movies in the Park, Families Day, Halloween Funday and the Annual Fireworks Display.
Distance 0.6 km
Steps taken 737
Distance 1.1 km
Steps taken 1474
Pay and Display parking available at Brook Road Car Park
Cycle racks available in park near to Brook Road entrance, opposite tennis courts.
A greenway was created in the park in 2018 linking the park facilities from the toddler play area to the Edulf Road entrance.