Spring Park, as well as West Wickham Common, is owned by The City of London Corporation. Open spaces are maintained and managed by the local communities to preserve the natural beauty of the landscapes and protect endangered species of fauna and flora. It is an excellent example of how government bodies can join forces with local people to get them involved in the management of the grounds they use themselves. From bluebells to a wood anemone, from bees feeding on the heather flowers to the woodpecker drumming on the tree trunks around the woods, Spring Park provides it with all for natural wildlife fans.
Langley Park Golf Club historically known as Parklangley Golf club opened the gates on 28th May 1910. Subs for the game were 5 Guineas for full playing members, and 2 Guineas for the lady players. Just nine years the next club was renamed to Langley Park, named under the Langley Park Estate, on which new golf course built. The most historic and oldest building of the club is The Langley Mansion. The Langley Park Golf club is a modern-day course now, changed and naturally restructured during the world wars. It is a 120 acres site with stunning views, ponds, fountains and lush greens.