Horsham Park

An overhead shot of ash trees. Trees with ash dieback are clearly identifiable

How we plan to manage ash dieback on Council-owned land

COVID-19 update: Please continue to act carefully and remain cautious when you visit our sites.

Visit Horsham Park for its wide open spaces, tranquil Sensory Garden and Human Nature Garden, buzzing sports clubs and activity centres, and its excellent children’s play area.

Perfect for picnics, barbecues and feeding the ducks, Horsham Park is the best place in town to relax on a sunny afternoon. Head to one of our many cafes for a host of freshly made refreshments, or relax while enjoying live music from the bandstand.

A Green Flag park

We are proud to have achieved a Green Flag Award this year. The Green Flag Award scheme recognises and rewards well-managed parks and green spaces, setting the benchmark standard for their management across the United Kingdom and around the world.

Read the full Green Flag Report

Read more about the award

Find us, parking and facilities

Horsham Park is open all day, every day.

Car parks

There are four car parks at Horsham Park:

  • North Parade
  • Hurst Road (Pavilions Leisure Centre)
  • North Street
  • Jubilee Car Park

Alternatively, Horsham Park is an easy walk from the town centre.

Find parking in Horsham town centre


The following facilities are available at Horsham Park.

  • Pavilions In The Park leisure centre (gym, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, class space)
  • Changing Places accessible toilet (in Pavilions in the Park leisure centre)
  • The Kaya Café
  • The Rec Stop
  • Picnic benches
  • Tennis courts
  • Horsham Park Bowls Club
  • Skate park
  • Sensory garden
  • Human Nature Garden
  • Football pitches

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