Directory: Parks, gardens and open spaces: Maryon Park

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TitleMaryon Park
SummaryMaryon Park is one of Greenwich's Green Flag Award-winning sites.

Formerly a quarry, it was once part of the estate of the Maryon Wilson family, former Lords of the Manor of Charlton. This large, hilly wooded site overlooks the Thames with the Green Chain Walk running through it.

It has a children's playground, basketball court and hard-surface tennis courts.

Park users have created a community food growing area on what used to be a small nursery.
AddressMaryon Road,
Charlton SE18
Map reference
Local Nature ReserveMaryon Wilson Park, combined with an area within Maryon Park known as Gilbert's Pit, was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 2005.
AwardsMaryon Park retained Green Flag status for 2016 to 2017. It was first awarded the Green Flag in 2013.

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Sports and play areasHard court tennis, basketball, children's playground for all ages. Maryon Park is also part of the Green Chain Walk.
Park rules
Telephone020 8856 0100
Access informationDisabled access information about Maryon Park is available on Disabled Go:
Public transport links
Further informationMaryon Park featured in a famous film, Blow-Up, directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. Released in 1966, the film, a surreal murder mystery set in swinging London, starred David Hemmings, Vanessa Redgrave, Sarah Miles, John Castle and Jane Birkin.

Local volunteers have worked to convert an overgrown plot of land (previously the site of council greenhouses) into allotments for a community food growing project. Find out more on the Friends of Maryon Parks website.
Park friends group informationThe group meets roughly every other month, often at members' houses. New members are welcome.
Friends of Park website

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