Goffs Park

Goffs Park is set in over 20 hectares of woodland, lawns and conservation habitats. It is the oldest park in Crawley and offers a relaxed environment for visitors. Goffs Park has a prestigious Green Flag award.

Goffs Park House

Originally called Goffs Hillhouse, Goffs Park House was built in 1882 for the Sussex banker and landowner, Edwin Henty.

Getting there

Goffs Park is located on Horsham Road, Southgate. 

Train

From Ifield station walk south and turn left onto Gossops Green Lane, continue walking east for seven minutes then use the pedestrian bridge over Crawley Avenue.

From Crawley station walk west until crossing the level crossing, then turn right onto Springfield Road, walk for six minutes until reaching Goffs Park.

Bus

Metrobus operates a service to the park via route 23.

Parking

There are two free car parks for Goffs Park. The lower car park is on Horsham Road, just after the level crossing and the upper car park is by Goffs Manor.

Minibus access

Due to height restrictions if access to the lower car park height barrier is required, call 07730703519, 10am-4pm during April to October.

Park features

  • Lake
  • Woodland walks 
  • Unsupervised play areas 
  • Conservation
  • Pitch and putt (see prices)
  • Model railway 
  • Goffs Manor (pub) 
  • Museum 
  • Refreshments 
  • Toilets 
  • Free parking

Pitch and putt

Enquire on site.

Goffs Park Light Railway

Operated by the Crawley Model Engineers, the light railway provides public passenger rides every Sunday 2–5pm from Easter to October.

Friends of Goffs Park

Friends of Goffs Park are ambassadors for the area, they help organise and promote events in the park and help to improve the public space.

Visit the Friends of Goffs Park Facebook page.