For any further information about any of the City Commons, please contact us:
City of London Corporation
Ashtead Estate Office
Use this quick online form to contact us.
Tel: 01372 279083
Or in the case of an emergency please call 01372 279488.
Spring Park can be visited from several different entrances.
Hayes Railway Station and West Wickham Railway Station are about the same distance from Spring Park, but are both quite a walk from the site. However the London Buses 119, 314 and 353 run from Hayes Railway Station. For details of train times please visit the National Rail website.
The London Bus 119 runs from Croydon to Bromley and stops along Corkscrew Hill to the east of Spring Park. The London Buses 314 and 353 run between Eltham and Orpington to Addington respectively. For information on bus and train times please visit the Traveline website.
Spring Park lies off the Addington Road between Hayes and Addington. There is a public car park on the site. For the location please see Streetmap or use the AA route planner to plan your journey.
Alternatively, you can plan your journey with the Transport for London journey planner.
Please download our Visitor Map (729kb) and Visitor Leaflet (409kb) to accompany your visit to Spring Park.
Please download the Spring Park and West Wickham Common Circular walk leaflet (487kb).
There are two small free public car parks, off the A2022 Addington Road.
A permissive ride also runs along the A2022 and the London LOOP trail runs through the site.
When the City of London bought Spring Park in 1926, a set of byelaws were drawn up to help with the management of the site. The latest version of the Spring Park byelaws is available below.
Download Spring Park Byelaws (33kb)
The Commons are a great place for exercise and that’s good for you and your dog. You are welcome, as are all our visitors, but remember you must be able to control your dog so as not to alarm other people, worry livestock or disturb wildlife.
If your dog is off the lead you must be able to see where it is and it should return to you on your command. If both points are true you are in control of your dog and you are a responsible owner.
Please read notices on gateways. Just because you can’t see livestock it doesn’t mean they’re not there.
- If you’re not sure how your dog will behave around other animals (sheep, deer and other dogs) please put it on a lead.
- Know where your dog is at all times.
- No one wants an animal to suffer, so keep in control of your dog. If the worst happens, tell us at once, so we can deal with the situation.
Download City Commons dog control leaflet (398kb)