Crane Park

Crane Park Road, Twickenham, TW2 6DF Map

Crane Park follows the bends of the River Crane from Meadway in Twickenham to Hanworth Road at its western end.

About the park

The park is designed to encourage wildlife, and the banks of the Crane are home to a thriving colony of Marsh Frogs and the rare Water Vole. Crane Park Island is designated a Local Nature Reserve.

Crane Park is jointly managed by the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and the London Borough of Hounslow, and a shared use path runs through the park. 

Visiting the park

Crane Park is accessible at all times. The nearest train station is Whitton, and the area is also served by the bus routes 110, 481 and H22.

Friends of Crane Park

If you would like to become involved in the park or find out about the projects Friends of Crane Park are working on, then please visit Crane Park website.

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Public Space Protection Orders and byelaws

All council-managed parks and open spaces are covered by Public Space Protection Orders and formal byelaws, to help us reduce antisocial behaviour and breaches of dog control orders.

Updated: 10 November 2020