Albert Road Recreation Ground
Albert Road, N22
Green Flag Award Winner since 2006
Set in a very residential area of Haringey, with two schools backing on to the perimeter of the Park, Green Flag award winning Albert Road Recreation Ground is incredibly popular with both adults and children of all ages.
Within the vast expanse of the green open space is the popular and much loved Pavilion Café. Providing a community focal point often used for meetings and parties, it is also home to Haringey Tennis (external link), an organisation that manages and takes bookings for the Park's very popular and recently improved tennis courts.
The Café terrace provides the perfect viewing point to watch the regular football, cricket and Aussie Rules football that take place on the playing fields throughout the year.
Albert Road Rec has many facilities. The brightly coloured playground is a favourite for the younger children and the tennis courts, basketball courts and bowling green keep people of all ages entertained.
To find out more about the management of Albert Road Recreation Ground, please read its management plan found in the file section below - please note the management plan document is over 2 MB in size and may take some time to download on slower internet connections.
Pavilion Sports and Café
There is a wide variety of sport and activities on offer within Albert Road Recreation Ground. Pavilion Sports and Café is involved in many of these activities. To find out more about what’s on offer please contact them directly by dropping into the Café within the park, visiting the Pavilion Sports and Café website (external link), or calling them on 020 8365 8889.
Green Flag Award 2006
Albert Road Recreation Ground first won the prestigious Green Flag award in 2006 and has retained it ever since.
Green Flag Judges Comments
'The Park has open entrances with good signage. There is a very safe feeling throughout park, evidenced by high numbers of females and young children. There is excellent ownership of the park by the local community, including the local schools that benefits wider community. In a site primarily used for formal recreation a good effort has been made to create naturalised areas.'
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