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Priory Park, Reigate

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Although this park is near the town centre, there is plenty to see and do. There is plenty of space to walk with the woods at the top end of the park. There is a pond at the far end with ducks etc. Th...  more »
  • We had a great time here on Sunday. It was a beautiful park. Parking was good at £2 for 4 hours. Think it costs more in the week. The cafe served a fantastic selection of food, drinks and cakes. We or...  more »
  • A late friend of ours has a memorial bench in Priory Park and we visit annually in his memory. Such a beautiful place full of mature trees and flowers. Peaceful and well kept.  more »
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  • Such a beautiful park in a great place. Everyone is very friendly, and enjoying themselves. There is a great children's park with activities line swings and climbing wall as well as a lake at the end with various birds and ducks that have plaques describing them. Great for most of your park needs, not extremely big, but that's never been a problem.
  • A brilliant park with something for everyone. The playground, witch has been refurbished a few times, is great for kids and is a safe and secure place for them to enjoy. It's large grass areas means it can be used for many activities. It has tennis courts and a skate park as well. The pond is a lovely and filled with many different species of wildlife. Surrounding the park, woods make for a nice walk and shady area in the sun. Overall it's clean, large and right in the middle of a lovely town.
  • Very pretty park with a young fantastic children's play park; skater ramps and humps; a tennis court; and basketball court; and table tennis; a pond with resident swans and ducks; and a cafe. Dogs are allowed but only allowed off lead in certain areas.
  • A really nice and large park with a nice cafe, playground, lake, school, museum, fountain, walk, tennis court, netball/basketball/football court and skate park perfect on a nice day, right next to the high street and forest good place to take kids or have a walk or play sport and grab a drink and some lunch for a cheap price.
  • This is an enjoyable park whatever your age. Kinds will enjoy the well kitted out play area. Adults will enjoy its size, sufficient for a reasonable bit of exercise. It's central location is also an advantage and it is a pleasure that in today's austerity cuts, the Council still manages to maintain the plantings to a high standard.