Cutteslowe & Sunnymead Park

Cutteslowe & Sunnymead Park is open all day, every day, although some activities do have time restrictions.

History of Cutteslowe & Sunnymead Park

The 42 hectacres that make up Cutteslowe & Sunnymead Park is split. The old Cutteslowe Park is to the north and Sunnymead park to the south.

During the Second World War large areas of the park were dug up to produce vegetables.

After the war the park continued to grow with the inclusion of a disused section of allotments to the South of the Cutteslowe area of the park.

This is now managed to provide a semi-natural wildlife area and community woodland.

Cutteslowe & Sunnymead Park

Things to do

Splash 'n' Play; with lots of interactive water play, jets and water.

Orienteering - with the 18 control course (maps available at the kiosk/office).

Three children's play areas. (2 are on the Cutteslowe side and 1 on the Sunnymead side).

Grass pitches for Football or Cricket – Call or visit the parks office to book.

Three table tennis tables.

Watch the ducks in the pond or the birds in our aviary.

Play Beach Volleyball.

Miniature golf.

Skate park with ramps and grind rail.

Outdoor tennis courts (book at the kiosk).

Take a walk through the community woodland or Sunnymead nature area.

Climb the tree trunks.

Cutteslowe Park Miniature Railway

The railway is owned and operated by the City of Oxford Society of Model Engineers (COSME). Visit their website for more details and train timetable.

San Remo Kiosk

Serving a tempting array of hot and cold drinks, snacks and treats the San Remo kiosk is the place to go to whatever the weather. You can also pay for your tennis and golf as well as picking up a copy of the park leaflet and orienteering course.

How to get to Cutteslowe & Sunnymead Park

By bus: There are regular bus services to the Park, run by the Oxford Bus Company (routes 2, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 7D) and Stagecoach (17, 17A and 17C).

Park & Ride: The nearest Park & Ride is Water Eaton. Buses stop at the top of Harbord Road, which is a 10 minute walk to the park.

By car: There are two car parks. One is at the north end of the park at the Harbord Road entrance. The other is at the south end of the Park, off the A40 entrance(heading towards Headington). Parking charges apply at both car parks. Parking restrictions apply to surrounding residential roads. The postcodes for the park are OX2 8NP (Northern end) and OX2 7XD (Southern end).


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