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Goffs Park

Goffs Park House

Horsham Road, Southgate

For a comprehensive map of all the facilities in Goffs Park that can be printed off and re-used follow the link below.

Set in over 50 acres just a short walk from the Town Centre, Goffs Park is the oldest of Crawley's Parks, and has a relaxed, unhurried atmosphere. The park comprises several areas of land south of the Crawley - Horsham railway line, which have gradually come into the ownership of Crawley Borough Council to create the space we know and enjoy today.

Green Flag Award

Green Flag Award Logo

Goffs Park has been awarded the prestigious Green Flag - the national standard for quality parks and green spaces six times.

What’s Here?

Pitch and Putt

Goffs Park pitch and putt is an 18-hole course, open between spring and autumn to people of all ages and abilities. There is also a 9-hole putting green, with plastic clubs available for young children (a small fee may be charged for use of the putting green).

Refreshments, confectionery and ice creams are available from the kiosk, and there is a seating area for customers.

The course is currently open:

Follow the link for pitch and putt prices .

Walk for Life

Walk4life Miles Walk4life is part of the change4life initiative to help us get more active and lead healthier lives.

Walking is a great way to improve the general health of the whole family. It’s a feel-good exercise that’s also good for the environment and completely free.

Why not try the new walk4life mile at Goffs Park.

Access Guide

DisabledGo has produced access guides for Goffs Park

Minibus Access

Due to height restrictions if access to the lower car park height barrier is required, please ring beforehand using the following numbers;

Goffs Park Light Railway is operated by the Crawley Model Engineers and provides public passenger rides every Sunday 2–5pm from Easter to October.

Goffs Park House is home to Crawley Museum Society , who have permanent and temporary exhibits on a range of subjects. Admission to the museum is free. Click on the link for more on the History of Goffs Park and Goffs Park House .

Goffs Park House, Southgate. Photo by Split Image

Friends of Goffs Park

Goffs Park is a place where visitors can feel safe, enjoy nature and peace and quiet. The park has a range of interests for all ages and its popularity is down to the dedication and partnership working of the Friends of Goffs Park and Crawley Borough Council.

Since 2004, the Friends have worked with Crawley Borough Council and organised working parties to tackle some of the 'hands-on’ jobs. More are planned in the near future. It would be WONDERFUL to have your support on these occasions.

Friends of Goffs Park logo

We would like to continue the programme of improvements so we invite you to join The Friends of Goffs Park.

Membership costs only £5 PER HOUSEHOLD PER YEAR and money received will be used to fund the group's activities, working parties and administration. As a member, you will receive regular information about the park's progress and forthcoming events. Members are encouraged to participate actively in the life of the park by assisting in the organisation and promotion of events and by offering suggestions to improve this inspiring public space.

We look forward to working with you in Goffs Park

For further details contact: Kirti Patel (acting secretary) 01293 551419 or Pat Macintosh (membership secretary) 01293 514319

01293 438772 (01293) 438606 amenity.services@crawley.gov.uk click to email us
Partnership Services
Town Hall
The Boulevard
Crawley
West Sussex RH10 1UZ

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Partnership Services
Town Hall
The Boulevard
Crawley
West Sussex RH10 1UZ

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