Parks and open spaces
Open spaces help improve the quality of life for people living in, working in and visiting the area. Camden Council manages 68 parks and open spaces, many of which are important historically, such as former burial grounds, manors, private gardens and London squares.
You can download a complete guide to Camden’s parks and open spaces below. This includes full details of park facilities and travel information.
- download: A guide to Camden's Parks and Open Spaces (PDF 808KB)
- download: Park Bye-Laws (133KB)
- download: Park Bye-Laws: Display Version (902KB)
Find out more
Camden's "Where's My Nearest" map is the place where you can find your nearest open space plus much more. Click on the Green Camden tab at the top of the map and scroll down to Parks and Open Spaces to explore.
Further information the great parks and open spaces in the borough.
Create a lasting memory by placing a commemorative bench in one of Camden’s parks or open spaces.
From 2014, BBQs are now allowed in Camden parks. Get all the info about BBQs in
Events in Parks
Book your event in one of our parks and open spaces through our events team including events at the Waterlow Park Centre
Love Camden - find out more about events taking place in Camden
There are a wide range of opportunities to get active in your park.
Many of Camden parks have friends' groups who volunteer in their local green space.
Allotments in Camden
Food growing in Camden
Enter our annual Camden in Bloom competition and show off your green thumb.
Find out more about Camden's committment to nature conservation and wildlife.