Rondebosch Park is an open park of big trees, avenues of oaks, planes and pines and it features a variety of flora. There are pathways for gentle walks, its lawns provide ample space for picnics and the benches offer places to sit and relax.
This park is often used for carols by candlelight and plays, Potter’s Market and is well known for its long-standing craft market on the second Saturday of each month. The craft market is revered as a relaxing way to spend a Saturday morning, browsing stalls of hand-made goods and breakfasting under the park’s lovely trees.Features
- Avenue of trees
- Variety of flora
- Play equipment
- Grassed area
- Public toilets
- Footpaths / tracks
- Cycling allowed
- Dogs on leashes allowed
- Fenced off / enclosed area
In 1870 Rondebosch Common was taken over by the Rondebosch and Mowbray municipalities, being later transferred to that of Cape Town. Parts were subdivided from it, and Rondebosch Park was one of these.
Rondebosch Park Facility Management Office
Tel: 021 689 8930 (Mon - Fri, 07:30 - 16:00)