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Information about parking near Wood Green Station

Wood Green is about 6.5 miles from Charing Cross and is therefore served comfortably by Wood Green Station. There are no streets around this railway station and finding a parking spot is not easy. However, it’s not impossible.


White Hart Lane does not ease Wood Green Station’s parking problems, especially when there are matches taking place. However, JustPark helps you find different options when looking for a parking space.

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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in wood green station, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    All the marked parking bays are open for everyone to use during the day, as long as they display a valid parking ticket. You can check via JustPark to see how much it will cost you. If you only want to park briefly, you should use the parking bays with a mobile payment option.


    Operational hours of on-street parking are between Monday and Saturday from 8am to 10pm for the inner zone. For the outer zone, they run from Monday to Saturday between 8am and 6.30pm. Permits usually indicate whether the car is in the outer or inner zone.

  • Off-street parking

    Off-street parking is ideal if you want to secure space for your vehicle in advance. During weekdays, they are usually full, but there is plenty of space on the weekend. Parking charges can be daily or monthly in Wood Green. They start from £3.00 to £93.75 per day and £43.75 to £250.00 per month.

  • Public transport

    When looking for public transport options to help you reach Wood Green Station, you can use a bus, a train or the tube. Transit lines with routes that will drop you at the station include Great Northern, Southern and Overground trains, bus W4 and the Piccadilly tube.

  • Disabled parking

    The disabled parking area is only available for people with Blue Badges. You can park in Controlled Parking Zones, as long as the Blue Badge is displayed clearly.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    Most of the parking spaces near Wood Green Station are booked by local residents. However, visitors are allowed to park in the Controlled Parking Zones during particular hours of the day, usually for no more than four hours. However, from 6.30pm to 8.30am, there is no restriction. Besides, some areas are available for free to park on Saturdays. Using JustPark, you will only see the areas where you are allowed to park.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    Parking is free during bank holidays, including on-street parking, which is usually paid via mobile. The council parking spaces are open and the Controlled Parking Zone does not require a valid permit. However, some restrictions remain in place, including bus stops, disabled bays and pedestrian crossings.


  • Drop-off and pick-up

    It is not advisable to attempt to drop off or collect passengers in front of the station, as the surrounding roads are extremely busy and are restricted by double yellow lines.


  • Nearby attractions

    Alexandra Palace is a great attraction. It stood for just 16 days after completion before a huge fire brought it down. However, the outer shell was not destroyed by the inferno. Today, it’s used as a venue for various events and brings thousands of people to Wood Green every year.


    There is also the Bruce Castle Museum and Mark Field Museum. But, above all, the major attraction is the Emirate’s Stadium, home of Arsenal FC since 2006. Besides, it’s a centre used for various events, including music and conferences, and people use Wood Green Station Parking to access it conveniently.