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Pets' Corner Playground, Town Park

Pets' Corner Playground can be found at Harlow Town Park. We love this playground because it is suitable for children of all ages and most importantly it is one of the most inclusive play areas in Essex. Pets' Corner Playground is also located close to Pets' Corner Farm. For more information about Pets' Corner Farm CLICK HERE.

 Where is Pets' Corner Playground?

📍Town Park


CM20 2QG

Pets' Corner Playground

🅿️ Parking - Where to park for Pets' Corner?

Closest car park

Netteswell Cross Car Park, CM20 2QB

Free parking for 2 hours on Saturday and Sunday. 2+ hours £1.25

Monday- Friday

Up to 1 hour FREE

1 - 5 hours £1.10

5+ hours £6.20

What equipment is at Pets' Corner Playground?

The adventure playground here is excellent. It has equipment suitable for all ages and most importantly it is accessible!The entire playground is enclosed.

There is a large climbing frame with a variety of climbs and steps. It has three slides of differing heights. There is a large, rope bridge and mound with a tunnel underneath. There is spinning equipment, musical equipment and sensory boards.

The next section has an accessible frame with lots of musical equipment and educational areas. There is an accessible roundabout. There is also an accessible play house.

The last section of the play area has a farm theme. There is a climbing frame with slide, accessible seesaw, climb on tractor and sensory boards.

Pets' Corner Playground

Where to eat and drink at Pets' Corner Playground?

⁣⁣Spurriers Cafe - located next to Pets Corner

Serves hot and cold food and drink including- breakfast, pizza, hot dog, burgers, chips, soup, sandwiches, cake.

Kids meals available.

Are there toilets at Pets' Corner Playground?

There are toilets at Town Park including baby change and changing places toilets.

Pets Corner Farm

There is a brilliant farm at Harlow Park! Entry is FREE.

Other playgrounds close to Pets' Corner Playground?

Don't forget to check the Park Directory for more park inspiration -


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