Eaton Park is a large public park located in Eaton, Norwich, England.
The park was laid out in 1923 and opened to the public in 1928 by the Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII.
Attractions include a boat pond, crazy golf, a children's playground, a skate park, tennis courts, a putting green and bowling facilities. The park is also home to formal rose garden and a lily pond. A bandstand surrounded by four pavilions, known as the Rotunda, lies in the centre of the park. The pavilions house a café, changing rooms, toilets and park running and tennis clubs. The bandstand hosts concerts and other events throughout the summer. Norwich parkrun takes place every Saturday morning, which has had over 400 events with an average of nearly 400 runners per run. It is 80 acres in area.