London is a famous city that prides itself on the green spaces that are well-distributed throughout almost every area. West London is home to various beautiful gardens and parks that are perfect places to spend the sunny afternoon. Visitors can explore the city’s beautiful parks from deer-spotting in Richmond Park to Boating in Hyde Park.
From sunbathing and picnics during the summer to the brisk and refreshing walks in winter, there is always a reason why you should visit one of the west London’s parks. Here are the five of west London’s best parks. Here is a site with parks to visit in London: https://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/openspace/best-parks-in-london
Richmond Park – Visit Royal Park in the City with Family
The Richmond Park is home to approximately 650 deer, and it is the largest park in London. It features a pastoral landscape of woodlands and hills set amongst the ancient trees with animals, plants and butterflies that provide a peaceful respite to the visitors. Richmond Park offers two golf courses that are near Roehampton and playgrounds at Petersham and Kingston gates. Fishing is also available at the Pen Ponds plus a cycling path and horse-riding tracks. For meals, visitors can choose from K-West Hotel & Spa, Roehampton Café or Pembroke Lodge.
Ravenscourt Park – Visitors Get to Enjoy the Sports with the Friends
Complete with Child-friendly café, a basketball court and the lake not to mention the tennis courts, Ravenscourt is a crowning glory of Fulham and the west London Borough of Hammersmith. It is a perfect spot for anyone planning to chill out after taking some hours browsing the kiosks and shops around Hammersmith.
Holland Park – Home to a Giant See-Saw
The Holland Park in Kensington features sports areas, large areas of woodland, wildlife and a cafeteria. With the availability of extensive climbing equipment, zip wire giant see-saw and the tire swing, it is a perfect spot for visitors to enjoy the April sunshine with their families.
Queen Mary’s Garden in Regents Park – A must-Visit Queens Park
Named after the death of King George’s wife, Queen Mary’s Garden Park is world-famous. The park is west London’s largest collection of the roses with around 12,000 roses planted and managed within the gardens. Also, there are approximately 85 single variety beds, which include the one for the special Royal Parks rose
Trend Park Enfield – Holiday-makers Enjoy the Welcome Escape of Noise and Stress
From the ancient woodlands, lakes and meadows, the park has everything that suits every visitor’s unique needs and requirements. The park is located at the borders of Enfield, and it provides a welcome escape of noise and stress of the big city life.
Whether a visitor is into jogging, playing, cycling or they fancy the causal stroll amongst the ancient trees, they will have the chance to engage in their favourite outdoor activities in the vast open spaces with the picturesque surroundings. If visitors are up for adding other activities to their day at the park, they can try horse riding, cycling or golf playing in the open.
If you are exploring London, then on the weekend don’t miss a visit to London’s Camden Market, where you can find street foood and fashion. Nearby you can find the fabulous park of Primrose Hill from which to enjoy a rare view of London.