In this section
- The children's play area is open. Please follow our play area guidelines
- The outdoor gym is open. Please follow the safety guidelines
- The skatepark is open
- Open-access ball courts are open. (It is not permitted to play team games with anyone outside of your household)
- Tennis courts are open for single play (Pre-bookings only at www.horshamparktennis.com)
- Kaya café is open for takeaway service only
- The car parks are open
- There is no access to public toilets. The nearest public facilities are at Piries Place car park (RH12 1DG)
Horsham District’s parks and countryside sites are vitally important at this time. However, social distancing, as set out by the Government, is absolutely crucial. We have therefore put in place some restrictions.
The following conditions apply from July 4:
For additional updates on restrictions and closures across the district, please visit our Coronavirus: Parks, leisure and venues web page
Activities in Horsham Park
Horsham Park is full of things to do, whether you're looking for a good workout or something to entertain the kids with.
Horsham Park has four tennis courts. Book a session using the button below.
The basketball court is first come first serve.
Outdoor gym equipment
There are two outdoor gym areas in Horsham Park. The first site, near the maze, caters for users new to exercise and includes a cardio range cross trainer, recumbent bike and spinning bike, leg press and lateral pull down/shoulder press.
The second site, on the other side of the Pavilions in the Park leisure centre, caters for more advanced fitness users and features Calisthenics tools to improve upper body strength, including sit up benches and monkey bars for a more advanced workout.
Horsham Park play area
The children’s play area has equipment for children of all ages and abilities, including a trim trail, a wheelchair-accessible swing and roundabout, and climbing frames. The nearest toilets, including a Changing Places facility, are in Pavilions In The Park leisure centre next to the play area.
Horsham Park Bowls Club
Horsham Park Bowls Club has a clubhouse and a green near the park’s tennis courts. The club offers coaching as well as fixtures, and a discounted membership for new members.
Part of a national organisation, Horsham parkrun starts at 9am every Saturday and is free to join. The course is a 5km loop and suitable for all abilities.
Horsham Boxing Club
Horsham Boxing Club occupies the building next to North Street car park. There are training sessions for adults and juniors, as well as Boxing Fitness classes.
Horsham Park has six football pitches.
Pavilions In The Park leisure centre
From swimming lessons and soft play to school holiday programmes, sports clubs and splash discos, the leisure centre has plenty going on for children all year round.
Horsham Park has the largest skate park in the District. Designed to accommodate skateboards, BMX and in-line skating, Horsham Park skate park features a back and forth run with a quarter pipe and flat bank either side of a funbox, as well as a selection of mini ramps.