Broadwater Park is situated in Farncombe, Godalming, Surrey in the borough of Waverley. It is extremely well used by residents and sports clubs providing a wealth of recreational, sporting and leisure opportunities.
It has a historic background and has two listed items, a Victorian Crinkle Crankle Wall and the Old Dairy, which was an Estate Building from when the site was a country estate belonging to the Marshall family.
Today the park is an open park for recreation and a site for sport. The park's centrepiece is the lake, which is used for coarse fishing and supports a number of species of birds. It also has open park land for informal recreation.