Welcome to Wyndham Park

Wyndham Park lies on the banks of the River Witham just to the north of Grantham Town Centre. It offers a wide range of facilities for young and old and proudly holds the Green Flag Award.

In 2020 Wyndham Park was awarded Green Heritage Site Accreditation.  For more information click here.

The park has also benefited from the protection afforded by the Fields In Trust 'Centenary Fields'.

To find out more please click here.

The main features of the park are:

Riverside walk Toddlers Play Area
Visitor Centre  Tennis Courts
Sensory Garden Cycle Hire
Bowling Green Model Boat Lake
Playing Fields Tea Rooms
Paddling Pool  

Latest News

Green Flag 2023 - 2024

The Wyndham Park Forum are delighted that Wyndham Park has retained both it's Green Flag and the Green Heritage Site Acreditation for 2023 - 2024. 

Read the Press Release from SKDC Grantham parks voted among the best in the country

Read the information from the Green Flag Awards 2,216 parks and green spaces across UK to fly Green Flag Award with pride


Information about facilitities 

The Visitor Centre opening hours vary: 

  October Opening Hours:

 Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays : 11am – 3pm



The toilets are open 7 days a week from 9am until 4.15pm.

The pay per play model boats are temporarily out of order

As part of National Civic Day on Saturday 17th June 2023 we have created a short guided tour of Wyndham Park. These are still avaialable to download

You can download a PDF file here A short guided tour of Wyndham Park

Forthcoming Events



No immediate events planned for the summer.




Heroes Commemorative Orchard latest

The Wyndham Park Forum has been fundraising to create a commemorative orchard in the middle of Grantham. The campaign is now complete having reached a total of £12,816.

The project can be viewed HERE

View our WILDLIFE FOOTAGE  from the orchard!

There are at least 5 different foxes frequenting these foxholes. Footage wil be uploaded regularly.

There is also a Facebook page for Heroes Commemorative Orchard.

The Wyndham Park Forum is still accepting donations towards the sustainability of this project. Please contact the WPF secretary Elizabeth Bowskill:

EMAIL or text/call 07840 240 854


Sensory Garden update

Isaac’s Apple – the central feature sculpture of the hand holding an apple has finally collapsed due to rot and decay (the wood was a Horse Chestnut tree –which did have disease, and so it’s decay was inevitable) the dry summer and wasps mining away internally has not helped. The Wyndham Park Forum have submitted a funding bid and more news will be updated here when we know the outcome.

 Read The Story of the Sensory Garden


 The Sensory Garden on launch day in July 2010

The Sensory Garden in July 2019


Link to Friends of Wyndham Park Facebook page

Link to SKDC Wyndham Park Facebook page

Visit the Queen Elizabeth Park website