Walking at Morden Hall Park

The avenue of lime and chestnut trees in Morden Hall Park, London.

Explore Morden Hall Park on foot, with a four legged friend or out about with the children and pushchair. We have a wonderful network of footpaths - why not get your walking shoes on and celebrate the great outdoors?

Walk, cycle or scoot

Discover our network of footpaths, many with wide smooth surfaces suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs. Design your own circular walk, taking in the river, the water mills, the historic rose garden, the meadows or wetlands.


Our estate is the perfect place for muddy paws and wagging tails. Head out towards the wetlands or south field to let you four legged friend have a good run around. We ask you to please keep dogs on a lead in the rose garden and around the buildings and pick up after them.
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Walk the Wandle trail

The park sits in the middle of the 14-mile (20km) Wandle Trail which follows the route of the River Wandle from Croydon to Wandsworth. There are both walking and cycling routes which allow you to enjoy the heritage, flora and fauna of this typical chalk stream.
Download a map of the Wandle trail