Mayesbrook Park provides over 100 acres of open space, with outdoor sports facilities, a nature reserve and picturesque lakes.
The park, which was opened in 1934, features a car park, a children’s play area, football pitches, a cricket pitch and pavilion, an athletic track, tennis courts, basketball court, and lakes. The southern end has two large lakes which are rich in wildlife, newly planted woodland and rough grassland.
Mayesbrook Park is just a 13 minute walk from Upney tube station, which is on the District line. It is also only a 15 minute walk from Becontree Station, again, on the District line. It is only a nine minute drive from the A13 and can be accessed via Lodge Avenue.
There is plenty of free parking available at the on site car park.
Good to know
- The landscape has been developed to help the park to cope with extreme weather, including heavy rainfall, so there’s no need to worry if you’re filming during a downpour
- The open space also includes benches, picnic tables and weather shelters that can be used to shoot scenes
- The park recently received a Mayor of London Safer Parks Silver award for high standards of site safety and policing