In this section
- The children’s play area remains closed
- The outdoor gyms remain closed
- The skatepark is closed
- 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
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.
From Wednesday 13 May, the following conditions will apply;
For additional updates on restrictions and closures across the district, please visit our Coronavirus: Parks, leisure and venues web page
Food and drink in Horsham Park
Kaya: Cafe in the Park (Open for takeaway service only)
Horsham Park’s Kaya: Cafe in the Park is situated in the centre of the park’s picnic area, beside the bandstand and North Street car park. It is open daily from 9am-5pm.
Pavilions In The Park Cafe (Closed)
The Pavilions in the Park Cafe is within the leisure centre, conveniently located for the children’s play areas outside. The Café is located on the ground floor.
The Rec Rooms Cafe (Closed)
The Rec Rooms Cafe is a live entertainment venue in Horsham Park, underneath the bowling alley. The cafe is open daily.
There are sets of picnic benches in Horsham Park by the Podium and in the children’s play area.
Barbecues are permitted in Horsham Park, but please ensure your barbecue is not placed directly on the grass, to avoid scorching, and that all food and other rubbish is cleared away afterwards.
Please also ensure that the barbecue has cooled before placing it in the bins or removing from site.