Seven Kings Park

Seven Kings Park is a municipal park formed on the banks of the Seven Kings Water donated to the London Borough of Redbridge (formally Ilford borough Council) in 1900 by A. Cameron Corbett.
It is a park with a wide range of free facilities for the visitor which include, three playground areas, skate board area, tennis, bowls, cricket and football.
The play-scape feature near the main entrance to the park has a water feature a short distance from the public toilets.
The park has areas of formal and informal planting providing aesthetic landscape features which also provide habitat for wide range of wildlife.
There is a designated cycle route through the park that leads to the Seven Kings Water and Happy Valley as a quiet route through the borough.
The park has its own “friends group” The Seven Kings Park Users Group is a small group of volunteers set up in 2010 and are often seen in the park on various project.
The park is currently managed by Vision Redbridge Leisure and Culture trust any enquiries can be emailed Parks Enquiries [email protected] or telephone 020 8708 3141 or 020 8554 9967

Park Facilities

Children's Play Area
Cycle routes
Fitness Equipment
Football Pitch
Multi Use Games Area
Skate Park
Tennis Court
Walking Routes
Wildflower Area
Football Pitch
Green Flag
Award Winner
Managing Organisation
Vision Redbridge Culture and Leisure Ltd
Christian Gibson
020 8708 3578