- A very popular park that enjoys an open aspect onto Corbets Tey Road (Upminster High Street). The park has achieved Green Flag status since 2007 and is well landscaped. For those wishing to walk there are good tree lined pathways and spaced benches for sitting. The playsite with inclusive play equipment sits comfortably next to the refreshment kiosk so parents and carers can enjoy a drink whilst younger children play. The park is well used by local schools for various sporting activities as well as by sports clubs for football, cricket and hockey. Completing the sporting theme are the tennis courts adjacent to the playsite, multi-use games ball court, table tennis and outdoor gym. Regardless of the time of year this park caters for all.
Visitors car park,
Inclusive play equipment,
- Public transport
- From Romford and Hornchurch it is possible to take either the 370 or 248 bus routes which run along St Mary's Lane. At the top of the hill you can cross the road and directly into the park. The journey will take under half an hour. Detailed public transport travel information and journey planner can be found on the Transport for London website.
- There is a public car park just off of St Mary's Lane, next to the New Windmill Hall.
- There are five entrances to Upminster Park: Vehicle access St Mary's Lane, Upminster. RM14 2QH. Pedestrian access St Mary's Lane, Upminster Corbets Tey Road, Upminster. RM14 2AD. Brookdale Close, Upminster. RM14 2LU. Stewart Avenue, Upminster. RM14 2AF. You can view these locations in Google Maps.
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