Sutton Council is carrying out a range of surveys about it's Parks and Open Spaces this summer to help us to complete a new Open Spaces Strategy.
Through this survey we would like to find out your views and experiences of visiting the Parks in Sutton. This will help us to shape the ongoing work that we will do in Sutton to protect, maintain and enhance our Parks and Open Spaces in the future.
The Oaks was one of the great sporting country houses of 18th century England. At 33.57 Hectares Oaks Park is a mixture of landscapes, including formal horticulture, natural chalk meadows, woodlands and informal parkland.
There are a number of interesting walks based in Oaks Park and many that pass through the park walks.
Address: Oaks Park, Croydon Lane, Carshalton, Surrey SM7 3BA
How to get to Oaks Park
By bicycle: National Cycle Route number 20
By bus: Buses S4, 154, & 166 travel near to the park. Check your route by using the TFL - Journey Planner
By train: Carshalton Beeches Station (2.8km/1.75 miles)
By Car: There are two entrance into the park - South entrance off of Croydon Lane (A2022) and North entrance off of Woodmansterne Road (B278)
Disabled Parking: 2 bays adjacent to the stable yard (artists' studio)
- External toilets located beside the café. Disabled toilets are situated by the Arts Studio. Open all year round and maintained by Sutton Council.
- New cafe and toilets coming soon
- Dog free picnic area with natural play features
Oaks Park Studios are open to the public each year. The artists get the opportunity to showcase their work and the public can ask questions and are encouraged to take part.
This very popular facility within Oaks Park is open 7 days a week and offers hot and cold meals, snacks, cold drinks and ices. Cafe contact number: 020 8642 7374.