Cycling at Morden Hall Park

Children cycling on grass

What could be better than setting off to explore our estate on two wheels? The park is perfect for little legs (and older ones too) to pedal around. Once you've built up an appetite, pop into our cafe where you'll find an array of hearty lunches and hand baked treats.

The Wandle Trail

If you're feeling particularly active, follow the river along the Wandle Trail.  It's a great way to spend an afternoon.
Download the Wandle trail here

Trail map

Our family trail shows you the best places to cycle in the park. We have even marked the café and shop so that you can stop for a spot of lunch or tea and cake.
Plan a whole day of activities in the park, from exploring our fantastic natural play area to taking up the orienteering challenge.
Download our family cycle leaflet (PDF / 4MB) download

Potting Shed café 

Once you've burnt off some energy, stop off for a cup of tea or refreshing drink in our Potting Shed café. If you're feeling peckish, choose from an array of seasonal lunches or freshly baked cakes.

Bike rides for little legs

Let the little ones burn off some energy on a bike ride and tick off number 11 of the 50 Things to do before you’re 11 ¾ list. With open parkland, wetlands and a natural play area, there's plenty to explore by bike.

Our cycle code

  • Please consider other park users at all times
  • Remember to stick to the designated cycle routes
  • Control your speed according to the surface conditions
  • Please don't skid on the recumbent bikes as this can damage the tyres
  • Please do not cycle recumbent bikes through the rose garden as the pathway is too narrow.
  • Help us care for Morden Hall Park and use the litter bins provided
  • Take care when cycling over the bridges