Priory Park is a park located in Reigate, Surrey. It is a Park of historic interest with lakes, tennis courts, football pitches, multisport courts, skatepark, playground, picnic area, toilets, parking.
Priory Park play area
Priory Park play area includes a sensory play area and a splash area. The water is now turned on in the splash area.
Priory Park Pavillion
Reigate’s Priory Park Pavilion houses the park's café, toilets and park office. The café is temporarily closed while we work on re-letting and improving the offer and facilities. The toilets remain open. There is now a temporary café in the park.
Using the park responsibly
- No barbecues please: Please remember that no fires or barbecues are allowed to take place in any Council owned parks or countryside areas.
- Dogs: Dogs should be kept on a lead in all the formal park areas e.g. sunken garden, café area and around the tennis courts. Please follow the signs and make sure you clean up after your dog at all times. Read more information about our Dogs Public Space Protection Orders.
Wildlife in Priory Park
- Priory Park is home to 13 bird species of national conservation concern, including Song Thrush, Kestrel and Kingfisher.
- Birds commonly found on the lake include, Moorhen, Mallard, Coot and Canada Goose.
- 330 species of insects and other invertebrates have been recorded in Priory Park. including15 species of butterfly, 92 species of beetle and 66 types of bee, wasp or ant.
- There are at least six different types of bat in the Park, including the comparatively rare Serotine Bat.
- Mammals you might spot include fox, Roe Deer, mole, grey squirrel, field vole and rabbit.
Priory Park, Bell Street, Reigate, RH2 7RL
Google map: Priory Park, Reigate
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