<!---Turned off “table of contents” box - as it looks untidy--->The London Borough of Ealing, one of the Outer London boroughs although not on the periphery, has over 100 parks and open spaces within its boundaries. These include allotment, cemeteries, playgrounds, and golf courses in addition to the larger open spaces such as nature conservation areas. The main areas are:
Acton Park: a Victorian park
Berkeley Fields, Greenford: large area including three golf courses
Blondin Park, includes a small nature area.
Large areas along the River Brent collectively forming the Brent River Park.
Pitshanger Park: Long meandering park following the river Brent. Tennis courts and bowling greens, selection of football pitches and open grass. Adjacent Golf course and Rugby club. Park remains open at nights, but car park is locked.
and numerous areas containing sports grounds, playing fields and golf courses
Dean Gardens: Small park in West Ealing used as allotments until 1909. Contains a children's play area.
Drayton Green: Green open space with children's play area in West Ealing.
Ealing Common: large area of flat, open grassland ringed by mature roadside trees. Used for grazing animals in the last century, it is still possible to see the occasional rider. Stages circuses and fairs.
Ealing Green: a small area of grass and trees close to Ealing's historical centre, occasionally used for small fairs......