Ladywell Fields runs between Catford and Ladywell and is around a mile long. The park is made up of of three fields with a river running through them.
The park is a key cycling and walking route. It is popular with joggers and dog walkers.
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In the northern field, the river has been diverted to create a natural space. River dipping and paddling is popular in the summer months.
Middle and southern fields
In the middle and southern fields, the river has been opened up for use so you can see the wildlife living here. If you're lucky you may see the resident kingfishers and heron.
cycle route (part of the Waterlink Way)
- the friends of park group
- water pumps
Toilets, including disabled facilities
The opening hours of the toilets are currently reduced due to COVID-19.
The toilets are open Thursday–Monday, 10am–1pm.
Friends of Ladywell Fields
The Friends of Ladywell Fields group represent the interests of park users and arrange volunteering opportunities in the park. For more information, email email@example.com.