Ealing Parks Foundation is pleased to launch a range of nature trails for some of the most well-known parks in Ealing. 

 

Download and print the trails for free.  There are lots of fun, family-friendly nature activities for children and young people aged up to 14 years old (and for grown-ups too!)

 

With our new packs you can:

  • Identify natural features and wildlife

  • Learn more about the nature in our parks 

  • Do some fun, physical activities 

  • Or just be still and enjoy the peace and beauty of nature 

 

When you’ve finished, let Ealing Parks Foundation know if you’ve enjoyed the trail and share any comments – we are on Facebook and Twitter @EalingParks.  Remember to tag your posts with #LoveEalingParks

 

Acton Park - Our May Park of the Month!

While you’re there you might also spot some of the art works up in the trees produced by local children with www.apple-play.com/ a charity based in the park.

See the map for location of the café, skateboard park and play areas.

Southall Park 

 

 

Southall Park is also home to a children’s centre, playgrounds and a multi gym.

 

 

Northala Fields

 

 

Northala Fields also has a café and fishing lakes.

 

 

Walpole Park

 

 

This nature trail was produced by www.pitzhanger.org.uk who have kindly allowed Ealing Parks Foundation to share it. 

Walpole Park has a café, playground, public toilets (including disabled access) and a walled garden. 

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