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Carlisle Park

Wensleydale Road, Hampton, TW12 2UL Map

This popular park is named after George James the 9th Earl of Carlisle who was a keen artist. 

About the park

Well planted with mature trees, shrubs, and flowerbeds, this large park boasts facilities including:

  • Bowling Green
  • Car parking
  • Changing rooms
  • Cricket pitch
  • Three junior football pitches
  • Seven tennis courts 
  • Toilets
  • Play area

Friends of Carlisle Park

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

Contact details:

Friendly Parks for All activities

Carlisle Park has been developed as one of several accessible Friendly Parks for All in the borough. 

As a designated Friendly Park for All, there is a sensory tree trail (pdf, 1.6 MB) which can be completed at the park to allow visitors with accessibility barriers to connect with their environment.

Visiting the park

Carlisle Park is locked at night. See parks opening times for information about when the park is accessible.

The nearest train station is Hampton, and the area is also served by the bus route R70.

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: 23 November 2021