Sports Facilities in Cassiobury Park
There are five football pitches in the park with goals in place during the season. On Sunday mornings the pitches are used by some teams of two local football leagues (Watford Sunday League and Olympian Sunday League).
A temporary Gaelic Football pitch has been put in place between the bowling green and the lone cedar for the 2015 season, which runs from March to November. This will be used by Glen Rovers Hurling and Football Club whilst aÂ new pitch is prepared for them at their new home on Radlett Road playing fields. For details of fixtures see HertsGAA
In summer a cricket square is maintained.
Fishing is free on the river Gade but you need a licence. For more information please contact Watford Council’s Leisure and Community services on 01923 27833 or at email@example.com
Watford Piscators own the fishing rights on the Grand Union Canal as it passes through the park and local lakes. More details are available on their website here. Park and Evans pounds are the nearest to Cassiobury Park.
The Carpdell Fishery is based at the recently restored Cassiobury Farm, near Gade Bank towardsÂ the South-West of the park, see CassioburyFarm
Watford Bowls Club have a green and clubhouse on land within the park.
Tennis [D, E, G]
There are both grass and hard courts along the southern side of the park either side of the Shepherds Roads entrance. There is no booking system and the tennis courts can be used for free.
A basketball court is located in between TheÂ Cha Cafe and the Bowls Green, alongside hard tennis courts.