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Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park

Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park is made up of four acres of freshwater habitat and is home to a fascinating array of wildlife.

Since 2002 the Ecology Park has been open to the public and has rapidly become an established and bio-diverse urban wetland. The park is carefully managed by the park wardens and our team of dedicated volunteers to maintain a delicate balance of habitats, which play host to our many different wildlife species. The tranquil park is a stunning natural area for people to discover and enjoy in the heart of Greenwich.

What we do


Two people volunteering

Join our regular conservation days and help the wardens carry out vital management work to protect and enhance the area


Children learning about pond wildlife

We run a number of events throughout the spring and summer at the Park for adults and children of all ages

School Visits & Education

Children enjoying a practical activity at Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park

School visits arranged on Mondays and Tuesdays. You have full use of the facilities. Site tours possible on other days


A group of people at Greenwich peninsula Ecology Park

Friends supports the management and maintenance of the park as a high quality nature reserve and accessible open space

About the Park

A view of the Park

Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park is four acres of urban freshwater habitat and home to a fascinating array of wildlife

How to get here

A heron on the boardwalk

The outer boardwalk is open all day, every day. Entry is free. Dogs (except guide dogs) and cycling not permitted

Contact GPEP

 Thames Path
John Harrison Way
SE10 0QZ


Tel: 0208 293 1904

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Where we are

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Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park is owned by national land management charity the Land Trust, and managed on its behalf by The Conservation Volunteers.