Dagnam Park

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Description
Known locally as The Manor, this extensive parkland covers open fields, mature woodland and established ponds. It has a rich, interesting history as well as being abundant in natural fauna and flora. The park provides ample areas for leisurely pursuits including bird watching, nature walks, picnics and informal sport. It is also the start of the Sustrans' Ingrebourne Way route in the north of the borough.
Location
Facilities
Visitors car park
Fishing (visit our fishing page for information about rod fishing licences)
Conservation area
Heritage interest
Lake/pond
Public transport
You can get to Dagnam Park using one of two local bus routes. The 256 from Hornchurch stops along Whitchurch Road, as well as Noak Hill Road. And the 496 which runs between Queens Hospital and Harold Wood Station can drop you off in Settle Road - just a minute's walk away from the park's main entrance. ​ There is a free car park for visitors at the end of Settle Road. Detailed public transport travel information and journey planner can be found on the Transport for London website.
Access
There are four entrances to Dagnam Park: Vehicle access Settle Road, Harold Hill. RM3 9XR Pedestrian access Chequers Road, Noak Hill. RM3 7NA Sedgefield Crescent, Harold Hill. RM3 9RS Whitchurch Road, Harold Hill. RM3 9EH You can view these locations in Google Maps