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 is also home to a children’s centre, playgrounds and a multi gym.
Northala Fields also has a café and fishing lakes.
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.