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Walking and cycling at Morden Hall Park

A family walking in the autumn at Morden Hall Park, London.
A family walking in the autumn at Morden Hall Park | © National Trust Images/Arnhel de Serra

Explore Morden Hall Park on foot or by bike, with a dog, or out and about with the children and pushchair. There's a wonderful network of footpaths and cycling trails – why not get active and celebrate the great outdoors?

Follow 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.

Find a map of the Trail on the Merton Council website.

Looking for a friendly place to bring your dog? Come along to Morden Hall Park where there’s 125 acres of beautiful parkland for you and your four-legged friend to explore.

Cycling through Morden Hall Park, London, in the winter.
Cycling through Morden Hall Park in the winter | © National Trust Images/John Miller

Cycling at Morden Hall Park

What could be better than setting off to explore the 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 the café where you'll find an array of hearty lunches and hand-baked treats.

Plan a whole day of activities in the park, from exploring the fantastic natural play area to taking up the orienteering challenge.

Woman walking along a path with a small child on a scooter, in the grounds of Morden Hall Park, London.
Walking and scooting at Morden Hall Park | © National Trust Images/John Millar

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 11¾’ list. With open parkland, wetlands and a natural play area, there’s plenty to explore on wheels.

Follow our cycle code

  • Please consider other park users at all times
  • Control your speed according to the surface conditions
  • Please dismount on the wetland boardwalk 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.

Get moving and feel good

Morden Hall Park is open to everyone throughout the year for free. The cafés and garden centre help raise money to keep the park looking splendid. Every coffee you drink and gift you buy helps look after this lovely place.

Entrance to the Stableyard Cafe at Morden Hall Park, London

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Find out how to get to Morden Hall Park, where to park, the things to see and do and more.

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