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Check out this unique, flamingo playground!

Parsloes Park is a large park located in Dagenham. Parsloes Park play area is home to "The Flamboyance of the Flamingoes". This quirky play area was designed by Yinka Ilori. The flamingo theme is a nod to the flamingos that used to inhabit Parsloes Park. This bright and colourful playground is so very unique and is bound to put a smile on your face.

 Where is Parsloes Park

📍 Parsloes Park

Ivyhouse Road



🅿️ Parking - Where to park for Parsloes Park

There is no car park. There is on street parking in surrounding roads - Ivyhouse Road. There are some parking restrictions on Ivyhouse Road, so be mindful.

Parsloes Park Playground

The play area is open and surrounded by playing fields. The equipment includes ride on flamingos, a flamingo roundabout, brightly coloured climbing and balancing equipment and a large slide. There is also a large, long swing and basketball court.

Some of the equipment is starting to fade a little but my children still had a great time. There were really engaged and excited by such unique play equipment.

There is no accessible play equipment.

Facilties at Parsloes Park

There are large playing fields at Parsloes Park. There is also a skate ramp and seperate small children's playground which is very run down.

Where to eat and drink at Parsloes Park

There are no catering facilities at Parsloes Park

Are there toilets at Parsloes Park

There are no toilets at Parsloes Park

Other playgrounds close to Parsloes Park


🛝 Playground ✅

☕ Cafe ❌

ℹ Visitor Centre/Shop ❌

🚻 Toilets ❌

♿ Accessible ❌

🪑 Picnic Tables ✅

🐶 Dog Friendly ❌

30 minutes - 1 hour

Last Updated July 2024


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