Lloyd Park lies alongside Coombe Road (where there is a small car park), with access points also from Lloyd Park Avenue, Deepdene Avenue and Mapledale Avenue.
Tramlink: Lloyd Park stop
Most of the site is intensively managed grassland, including playing fields and a children’s’ playground with some wooded areas and small groups of trees mainly on the higher ridge of land. There is also a series of springs, most of which simply form damper areas in the woodland. The largest spring is in an adjacent private garden where it forms a pond before becoming a very short stream which flows into the park.
A mixture of the more common species may be found here, but the speciality is Ring-necked Parakeet. Little Owl has been recorded near the tram stop. Redstarts, Wheatears and Spotted Flycatchers are occasionally recorded on passage and redpolls are sometimes found in the winter.