The grounds of Cheam Park House were built in the 19th Century. It's known locally as Bethell House after the family that lived there until 1937. Cheam Park was bought by the Council and used as a factory to assemble Gas Masks between 1939 and 1940. It was also used as a first aid station and a wardens post. The house suffered a large amount of damage after being hit by a flying bomb during the second world war. Shortly afterwards, the building was demolished.


Tudor Close, Cheam, SM3 8QS


  • 6 football pitches 
  • 4 tennis courts 
  • table tennis table
  • outdoor gym
  • cafe 
  • playground
  • wooden trim trail
  • pavilion 
    • male and female changing room
    • toilets
    • shower rooms
  • male and female public toilets
  • toilets located near the café 
  • 2 allotment sites
  • croquet & bowls Club
  • Cafe

BBQs are not permitted at his park.   

Contact details

You can:

Getting there

By Bus 

151 213 X26 470. Check your route by using the TFL - Journey Planner

By Bike

Sutton cycle network - north to south on east side of park and west to east on south side of park

By Train

Cheam Station (5 min walk through Cheam Village). Check your route by using the National Rail Enquiries - Train Timetable

By Car

Access through Tudor Close (SM3 8QS).


Car park accessed through Tudor Drive, disabled bays available.

Disabled toilets are located by the old stable block. These toilets are open 7.30am to 3pm.