Mayfield Park

The Award winning Mayfield Park provides 17 hectares of varied landscape and historical features in the south east of Southampton. The park includes formal gardens, sports grounds and large recreation areas, woodland walks, a play area and grade II listed buildings.

The park, which opened in 1938, was formerly the grounds of Mayfield House built for Robert Wright in 1854 and demolished in 1956. Sited near the playing fields is the Obelisk, commemorating Charles Fox the radical politician which serves as a local landmark. Shoreburs Greenway follows the early nineteenth century carriageway which linked Weston Grove House to Portsmouth Road.


Mayfield Park,
Wrights Hill 
Weston Lane
Location postcode: SO19 9HL


  • Children’s play area
  • Multi Use Games Facilities (MUGA)
  • Toilets
  • Sports pitches how to book
  • Bowling Green
  • Mayfield Nursery (Horticultural Therapy Unit)
  • Café
  • Managed for wildlife
  • Monument and heritage interest
  • Car parking