Southern Park

Region: South East

This popular community greenspace, adjoining Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park, comprises wide open grassland, tree and shrub areas, wildflower meadows, pathways and play features. It is the perfect place to take it easy and enjoy some 'green time' and for walking, kicking a ball around, having fun and enjoying a picnic.

The Present and the Future

Southern Park Contact

The site contact for our Southern Park space is The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) Tel: 0208 293 1904

This space is managed in partnership with The Conservation Volunteers TCV

Visitor Information

Opening Hours

Open access

Car Parking



The nearest toilets are at North Greenwich Underground station.
(click here to find the nearest public toilets)


Café Pura is located near the Park entrance in Oval Square (open: Mon 7am-7pm; Sat 8am-6pm; Sun 9am-5pm)

Entrance cost

The site is free to use.


There are surfaced footpaths suitable for wheelchair access.




Well controlled dogs are welcome.

Things to do

Play area, walking, enjoying the outdoors, information boards and wildlife spotting.

Conservation, Wildlife, Flora, Fauna

The Park has extensive plantings of native trees and areas of wildflower meadows and is a Site of Local Importance for Nature Conservation (SLINC).

Other nearby attractions

Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park, South Metropolitan Gas Company WWI Memorial, Thames Path, The O2, Emirates Line Cable Car, The Thames Barrier, The Line Public Art Walk and Quantum Cloud Sculpture.

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Southern Park, London, SE10 0BW

Site size: 2.5 hectares


There are currently no events relating to this space.

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The Greenwich Peninsula development is one of Europe’s largest regeneration projects, reclaiming redundant industrial land for mixed use development. The Park was specifically built to provide recreational space for residents of the Greenwich Millennium Village, the first housing development on the Greenwich Peninsula.


The Park was acquired by the Land Trust in 2015 and is managed to provide a valuable green recreational space for both wildlife and the local community.

Land Trust Contact

To contact the Land Trust about this site or how we could help manage your space please email our Estates Manager Benjamin Sanderson .

To enquire about holding an event on a Land Trust site, please click here.

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