Lee Valley Regional Park
Lee Valley Regional Park is London’s biggest open space, a unique mix of award-winning sport and leisure facilities, heritage sites, gardens, nature reserves and riverside trails. Stretching over 10,000 acres the Regional Park winds its way 26 miles along the banks of the River Lee from Ware in Hertfordshire, down through Essex, North and East London, past the Olympic Park to East India Dock Basin on the River Thames.
The Park has hundreds of great days out with a wealth of high quality facilities and parks including nine Green Flag winning open spaces, one Green Heritage Site and four Highly Commended Quest accredited sports venues.
We’re easy to reach by cycle, car, bus, train or on foot. So whether you want to walk or ice skate, visit our farms or historic gardens, or if you’re on holiday or just out for a day visit, we hope that you enjoy the many different sites, facilities and experiences that the Regional Park has to offer. Bring your friends and family and come and explore, discover and enjoy your Regional Park.
Vary across the Regional Park please call or visit website for full details
All open spaces are free to enter unless otherwise stated on our website. At other attractions within the Park prices do apply
Most sites provide group discounts and guided tours can be arranged
- Toilet WC
- Picnic site
- Car parking
- Disabled access
- Baby changing area