Marlow is a delightful place to visit, we adore taking a picnic to enjoy the Higginson Park whilst watching the boats on the river and feeding the swans. Marlow is picturesque, has beautiful shops, restaurants and cafes, a stunning bridge, plenty of river life, riverside walks and a wonderful play area in Higginson Park in Marlow.
About Higginson Park
Higginson Park links Marlow High Street and the River Thames. It’s a large open space (23 acres) with a fabulous play area and skateboard park. The area has been a park since 1926. There are beautiful trees, formal flower beds and a brick in grass maze. There are also benches alongside the river side.
At the play area you will find play equipment for younger and older children.
There are slides, a range of climbing frames, balancing equipment, a toy boat and lots more.
Walking from Higginson Park in Marlow
There is a lovely walk along The Thames Path from Higginson Park, it’s flat, buggy and dog friendly (although muddy in places during winter). Click here to read about our Family Walk in Marlow.
What facilities are there?
There is a cafe and public toilets (opening times may vary due to Covid-19).
There are ice-cream vans in the warmer months, when we visited the park pre-Covid there was a bouncy castle and small fun fair plus pitch and putt with a great atmosphere during the summer months.
Where can we park?
You can park at Higginson Park. The address is Higginson Park, Pound Lane, SL7 2UE.
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