Unfortunately Stoke Park Garden's public toilets will be closed for up to a month from Tuesday 2 March. This is to carry out emergency drainage work. Alternative toilets are available in Nightingale Road car park,
Following Government guidance, our grass sports pitches, astro turf football and tennis courts are closed.
Organised outdoor sport for disabled people is allowed to continue, please contact us for further information.
Stoke Park Fitness Trail and Skate Park are also now closed.
Guildford's largest park, which has retained its Green Flag Award winning status this year, has plenty of beautiful open green space, a fully-equipped children's playground, skate park, paddling pool, boating pond and minigolf course.
Mini golf is now closed.
The paddling pool is closed.
Model boating pond
The model boating pond has reopened.
The Visitor Point is now closed.
50 hectares of open green space
Children's playground - Recommended ages 4 - 8.
Group activities and events - Stoke Park is home to many of Guildford's outdoor fitness and exercise sessions.
If you run fitness sessions or outdoor exercise classes and wish to use Stoke Park, please fill out our
Skate park - Located behind Guildford College, the skate park has quirky features and tons of flow.
Fitness trail - The Stoke Park fitness trail has been refurbished. The solid timber frame now includes newer versions of the equipment and signs explaining how each piece of equipment should be used. The surface below the equipment is a rubber mulch.
Paddling pool - The paddling pool is now closed.
Mini golf - Our mini golf course in Stoke Park Gardens has 18 holes. Mini golf is now closed. For more information, please call the Rangers Service on 07880 784947 or Parks and Leisure Services on 01483 444718.
Visitor Point - Visitor Point is now closed.
These details may change subject to demand.
Football - 4 full size (11-a-side) grass football pitches, 2 9-a-side grass football pitches and a 7-a-side (junior) grass football pitch.
Rugby - 3 full size rugby pitches.
Cricket - 2 cricket pitches.
Lacrosse - 3 lacrosse pitches.
Rounders - 6 rounders pitches.
Tennis - 3 tennis courts and 1 tennis / netball court.
Tennis court bookings
Tennis court bookings can now be made 7 days a week using our online booking system. Players will be issued with an electronic ticket which includes the code to unlock the gate.
See the 'How to book' section of our sports pitches and courts page for more information.
Please note: our Ranger Team are not able to take bookings out of office hours or collect cash on the day.
You can hire the park for your commercial or community events. Recent events include music concerts, food festivals, outdoor cinemas, community fetes and sponsored walks. If you would like to discuss your event plans please see our page about the hire of public parks and open spaces.
If you want to know what events are taking place, please see what's on in Visit Guildford.
Pavilion with changing rooms and toilets - available to sports hirers only
- Guildford College Student Car Park (GU1 1EZ) can be used after 6pm week days and is open to the public all day during weekends and college holidays. Enquiries regarding the college car park should be directed to Guildford College.
- Nightingale Road Car Park (GU1 1ER) which is accessible via Stoke Park's Home Farm entrance, has a four hour free parking limit between 6am to 6pm. Parking can be extended up to seven hours for £5 and £9 for over seven hours.
- Lido Road Car Park located at the end of Lido Road (GU1 1HB) has a four hour free parking limit between 6am to 6pm. Parking can be extended up to seven hours for £5 and £9 for over seven hours.
- Burchatt's Farm Car Park (GU1 1TU) is accessible via Stoke Park's Burchatt's Farm Gate entrance.
- Blue Badge holders can park in any bay, without payment or time limit.
Visit our car parks page for more information on parking.
Nightingale Road, Guildford, GU1 1ER
Friends of Stoke Park
Join the Friends of Stoke Park email list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Stoke Park masterplan
A project board has been set up to progress the masterplan. The first stage will be to create a detailed brief based on the outcomes from the Stoke Park consultation. This will form part of a tender for a landscape architect later in 2020.
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