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Getting to Kempton park racecourse

 

Established in 1878, Kempton Park is one of London’s closest racecourses, just 16 miles from the City and steeped in history.

 

DIRECTIONS

We are located on the A308 between Sunbury on Thames and Hampton Court, less than one mile from Junction 1 of the M3 via Junction 12 of the M25. Priority car parking is provided to owners and trainers and those with a disabled badge and this is accessed via Gate 1 in Park Road.

 

PARKING

Free parking is available on all of our racedays which is signposted on approach to the course. We charge £5 per vehicle in the Main Car Park on all Jump and feature fixture dates. If you have a Blue Badge, you can park in one of our designated bays in the parking area as long as your badge is on display at all times.

PARKING at the winter festival

We have multiple car parks which can be pre-booked at the time of purchasing a ticket. We offer free parking in the centre of the course, accessible via Gate 6 on the A308 (Staines Road East). If parking here, please note course crossings close 30 minutes before racing starts and re-open 30 minutes after the last race. Please click here for a parking map.

 

We also provide a free Park & Ride service from the BP site on Cadbury Road (TW16 7LN for your Sat Nav) which is approximately ten minutes from the racecourse, with buses running all morning and then re-commencing after the last race.

Map Marker: Kempton Park Racecourse

Staines Rd E
Shepperton
Sunbury-on-Thames
TW16 5AQ

Where to find us

Kempton Park Racecourse
Staines Rd East, Sunbury-on-Thames
TW16 5AQ

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