Markfield Park

Crowland Road, N15 6UR.

Photo of Markfield


  • All ages playground (under 14s)
  • Playground (under 5s)
  • Free-to-use multi use play area (MUGA)
  • Outdoor gym
  • Rose garden
  • Beam Engine Museum
  • Picnic area
  • Football pitches
  • Café and toilets (9am-6pm - open seven days a week)
  • There is also an informal skateboard/BMX area that has been created over the years by the local skate/BMX community
  • Wheel Chair friendly

A new floodlit MUGA has recently been built which will soon be available for pay-and-play bookings for football in the winter and tennis in the summer.

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Green Flag

Markfield Park received a Green Flag in 2019-20. This was the tenth consecutive year it has been awarded a Green Flag.

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About Your Park

During the late 2000s nearly £4m was spent on improving Markfield Park with funding secured through various sources including the Heritage Lottery Fund, Football Foundation, DCLG and Big Lottery Fund. This has left a great legacy of various facilities and amenities, for people of all ages, that are still popular and well-used.

Markfield Project

The Markfield Project is located.It was established in 1979 by parents of disabled children, to support and empower families with disabled children. It became a charity and limited company in 1983.

Latest Projects

A new pay-and-play floodlit multi-use games area (MUGA) has recently been built next to the sports pavilion. It is marked with a six-a-side football pitch, two mini tennis courts and netball courts. It's used by local schools during the days and for club booking some evenings. It will be available for public pay-and-play use with in the coming months.

Photos show a bfore and after view of the floodlit multi-use games area:

Another recent addition to the park is the outdoor gym which was added next to the picnic area in 2019.

The heritage of the park is also preserved within the Markfield Beam Engine and Museum (external link).

There is a conservation garden - a number of local organisations and individuals are trying to rejuvenate this by turning it into a community garden, developed and cared for by the local community.

The Friends of Markfield Park take an active involvement in all aspects of the park. Why not join and help our park become a cleaner, greener and safer place!

The Markfield Park management plan 2020 (PDF, 3MB) explains how we manage our park, more information about our facilities and travel information.

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Disabled parking is available by the café and museum. This can only be reached from the Markfield Road entrance (low vehicle access only).

  • Opens: 8.30am (locked at night)

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Markfield Park
43 Crowland Rd
N15 6UL

Page Last Updated:

20 June 2020

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