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Swakeleys Park

Swakeleys Park is a site mainly used for recreation but enjoyed by all for its surroundings.

It incorporates a beautiful lake and overlooks the historic, magnificent Jacobean Swakeleys House (which does not form part of the park).


Swakeleys Drive, Ickenham UB10 8SH (main entrance).

Opening and closing hours for the park.


  • Car park
  • Celandine route
  • Children's play areas
  • Dog free area
  • Extensive network of pathways
  • Lake
  • River Pinn
  • The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Garden
  • Tennis courts
  • Wildflower meadow
  • Wild areas and woodland

How to get there

Entrances to the park are also available on Swakeleys Road (at the bridge over the River Pinn) and at the junction where Milton Road and The Avenue meet.

Car: Limited free parking is available near the main entrance on Swakeleys Drive. There is also a small car park near the entrance on The Avenue. On street parking can be found on several nearby roads.

Public transport:

  • U10 and U1 buses.
  • Ickenham Station is about half a mile away from The Avenue entrance to the park, and is serviced by the Metropolitan and Piccadilly train lines. Hillingdon Station (serviced by the same lines) is about three-quarters of a mile from the Swakeleys Drive entrance to the park.

If you would like to notify us of any maintenance queries within the park, please report below.

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