Children and young people
- a natural play area with climbing logs
- a play area and sandpit
- a skate park and scooter park, suitable for all ages and abilities
- an outdoor gym
- tennis courts: see our Tennis page
- basketball practise areas: free, no need to book
- outdoor table tennis: free, bring your own bats and balls
- petanque court: free, bring your own equipment
- bowling greens
- the William Morris Gallery is open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm
- the William Morris Garden and original terraced gardens
- a moat and island
- a nature area
- café: open 9am to 5pm (summer) and 4pm (winter), daily in the Aveling Centre
- toilets: during café hours, with accessible toilet and baby change
- Map of Lloyd Park
- See our Dog Map for details of where dogs can be exercised off the lead in Lloyd Park.
Spaces to hire
Grass and synthetic bowling greens, bowling all year round. Casual and club sessions. Membership/small session fees apply. For further information please contact Kevin: 07757 303332 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Gym – Nature Conservation Volunteering
Fridays, 10.45am to 2pm. Meet at the Stables Building.
Care for the nature areas in Lloyd Park and boost your health and fitness at the same time. Activities include tree planting, wildflower meadow maintenance and wetland management. Wear sturdy footwear and outdoor clothes. Tea and snacks provided. Email: email@example.com
Lloyd Park Sharing Heritage
Wednesdays, 10am to 12noon. Meet in the Community Bowls Pavilion. Social group for the over-50s. Join this friendly group to meet new people and enjoy activities ranging from poetry, to crafts, to nature surveying, and more.
Find out more: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Thursday, 10am to 1pm in the William Morris Garden (behind the Gallery).
Help keep the William Morris Garden looking beautiful, and at the same time; improve your health & well-being, meet new people, feel part of your community and gain new skills.
Tasks include weeding, pruning, lawn maintenance, planting and growing. Please wear old clothes and sturdy shoes. Gardening experience not required.
Find out more, email Groundwork London: email@example.com or call Clare on: 07913 604364.
To discover events in all our parks, see Events in parks and open spaces | Waltham Forest Council
The best way to travel to Lloyd Park is by foot, bicycle, or public transport.
Address: Lloyd Park, Forest Road, Walthamstow, London E17 4PP.
Entrances on Forest Road, Winns Terrace x2, Winns Avenue, Brettenham Road, Aveling Park Road, Cazenove Road and Bedford Road x2.
Tube/train: Walthamstow Central (Overground train and Victoria line) 15 minutes’ walk
Bus: 123, 34, 97, 215, 275, 357 all run nearby
Bike racks: Forest Road Gate, Winns Avenue Gate, tennis courts, play area and basketball courts.
Parking: There is a Pay and Display car park by the main entrance on Forest Road, accessed via Bedford Road. It has one disabled bay.
There are more disabled bays inside the Forest Road entrance, near William Morris Gallery (to book, call the gallery on 020 8496 4390).
If you have access needs, check out the Lloyd Park Access Map and Lloyd Park Access Guide. See the full Disabled access guide: Lloyd Park
Here's some of the ways we minimise our impact on the environment at Lloyd Park
- We use peat-free compost
- We don't use herbicides or pesticides
- We have lots of recycling bins and cycle racks
- We use a biomass boiler to provide hot water and heating in the buildings
- We have green roofs on the Aveling Centre and Community Bowls Pavilion
- We use electric leaf blowers as much as possible
- We compost as much green waste as possible
- The new buildings are highly insulated
- We used recycled materials during the 2012 restoration of the park
We also maintain and improve the park in a way that maximises biodiversity; and the Lloyd Park Sharing Heritage Group undertake several annual biodiversity surveys, so we can measure how well we're doing.
Become a friend of Lloyd Park
If you’d like to help support the park, join the Friends of Lloyd Park