Galleon Ship, Promenade Park, Maldon


Promenade Park in Maldon, also known as the Prom, is the most popular park in the district and has undergone major refurbishment in recent years.

You can spend all day at the Prom as there's something for the whole family to enjoy.

Along with the Splash Park and beach huts, the Promenade Park has several playgrounds, the brand new Pirates Bay Adventure Golf, three large sand pits, an ornamental lake, model boating and crabbing lakes, skateboard ramps and a large BMX area.

Explore our page to find out more about us and what we have on offer... see you soon!


The Splash Park is located in the Valley at the centre of Promenade Park in Maldon.

Unfortunately the Splash Park and Beach Huts will not be open this year and we are currently hoping to return for the 2021 season.

It is extremely popular throughout the season, and each session is restricted to a maximum of two hundred people to ensure that it does not get overcrowded and everyone can have their share of the fun.

Within the Splash Park, there are numerous water features for the children to enjoy and it's a great way to cool down from the summer heat.

Maldon Splash Park


Maldon Museum
The trademark Penny Farthing bicycle entices visitors to explore the treasures of the Maldon Museum.

Housed over two floors of the former Park Keepers Lodge, the exhibits are wide ranging.

The replica waistcoat of the Fat Man of Maldon, which accommodated 7 men, is one of the more unusual items featured in the collection.

Charting the social history of the town over the last two hundred years, displays include old Maldon shop fronts, a Victorian parlour and the history of the railways.

Each year a new display is launched relating to a topical subject or special anniversary.


The Beach Huts are located in the valley, with the Splash Park and Galleon, allowing you to be right in the middle of the action.

Unfortunately the Splash Park and Beach Huts will not be open this year and we are currently hoping to return for the 2021 season.

The valley is central to the Promenade Park and all amenities are within easy walking distance.

From the Model Boating Lake and Byrthnoth Statue to the Ornamental Lake and historic Hythe Quay which hosts a variety of wildlife and the famed Thames Barges which are moored here and can be sailed on.

Beach Huts


We have a lovely set of newly refurbished courts that can be hired for casual bookings as well as coaching sessions.

Bookings are available via First Service Baker Tennis Academy who adminster the tennis courts and will be happy to help with any enquiries you have!


Promenade Park is accessible via several transport links...

  • If you are using a sat nav please use our postcode (CM9 5JQ). Road access primarily links with the A12, take A414 or B1019 for Maldon.
  • You can get to us by public transport too, if travelling by train, make your way to Witham or Chelmsford from where you can catch a connecting bus service to Maldon. From there it is just a short walk to us! (Please check traveline for specific journey details).

Don't forget to download a copy of our map before you arrive, just click on the map to grab your copy!