The Town Council maintains much of the open spaces around the town. In the north off Four Elms Road there is Mowshurst, home of Nomads football club, with the adjacent Millennium Wood planted in 2000 for informal recreation.
In the centre of town there is Stangrove Park which includes a children’s playground, outdoor gym, street snooker games activity area, and basketball shooting practice post. It is also next door to the leisure centre operated by Everyone Active.
On the west side of town off Lingfield Road is the Recreation Ground, including another playground, and also rugby and football pitches leased to Edenbridge Rugby Football Club along with the Sports Pavilion. There is a new playground (summer 2022) with 23 different items for creative play for children from toddler to teenage years. (More information here.)
In the south on Mill Hill there is Blossoms Park, home of Edenbridge Cricket Club, and also the location of a skate ramp facility.
At Marsh Green there is another small playground on the Village Green which the Town Council maintains, along with the Green itself.
A fourth playground is off Farmstead Drive on the Spitals Cross estate in Edenbridge.
There is a further playground off Park View on the Stangrove estate, which is owned and maintained by Sevenoaks District Council.