Broadwater Park is situated in Farncombe, Godalming, Surrey in the borough of Waverley. It is extremely well used by residents and sports clubs providing a wealth of recreational, sporting and leisure opportunities.
It has an historic background and includes two listed items, a Victorian Crinkle Crankle Wall and the Old Dairy, which was an Estate Building from when the site was a country estate belonging to the Marshall family.
Today the park is an open park for recreation and the home of several local sports clubs. The park's centrepiece is the lake, which is used for coarse fishing and supports a number of species of birds. It also has open park land for informal recreation.