Hendon Park

Hendon Park is home to six tennis courts.

These courts are available to book in advance. Simply click on the "Booking" tab at the top of this page to make a booking.

An hour's session will cost £7.00 for adults. A concessionary hourly rate for juniors (under 16), and seniors (60 and above) is available by signing up for a free membership at the top of this page.

The park was originally part of a medieval estate know as the Steps Fields and owned by the Goodyer family. From 1868 till 1903 it was owned by the Kemp family when Hendon Council opened the park to the public. Hendon Council became part of the larger London Borough of Barnet in April 1965.

The park is accessible via the following bus routes: 113, 143, 186, 362, 643 and 797.

It is also well served by the Tube, with Hendon Central underground station nearby.

As well as tennis courts, the following facilities feature within the park:

  • Basketball court
  • Bowls
  • Multi Sports court
  • Outdoor gym
  • Play area
  • Cafe

Should you have any queries please contact Barnet's parks team at

How to find us

Hendon Park
Queens Road

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