Southwark Park is based in the Borough of Southwark, catering to people who come for jogging, walking, and to relax in the serenity that it provides.
Adelaide Road Nature Reserve is the place to visit if you are fond of having a picnic in the wild shrubs or near ponds
Greenwich Park offers variety in terms of the facilities provided, besides promising breath-taking views. A great spot if you want to have a picnic with friends and family.
Victoria Park has an open space where children can run and play before finally having a family picnic under a sunny bright sky.
Regent's Park is one of the 8 Royal Parks and offers scenic areas as people throng them, some for jogging and some for dog walking while children play and others have picnics.
Richmond Park is the largest of the Royal Parks and offers a serene environment where people come for picnics, munching on the snacks as people jogging and walk go past by.
Kensington Gardens is also one of the Royal Parks, promising a tranquil environment in which people can come for having picnics under the shades of trees.
Bushy Park is the second largest of the Royal Parks after the Richmond Park that has a large space that is covered by trees and well-kept bushes/grass with beautiful landscaping.
Paddington Recreation Ground is one of those parks that London hides in the center of its heart, embracing the tranquility that the park offers, besides offering a variety of places within the park that you can have a picnic at.
Brockwell Park has a large area of 50.8 hectares that has a lot places for you to choose a spot and enjoy a picnic at!