Below is a list of the top and leading Parks in Liverpool. To help you find the best Parks located near you in Liverpool, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Liverpool’s Best Parks:
The top rated Parks in Liverpool are:
- Calderstones Park – open 24 hours a day, all year round
- Reynolds Park – the main access to the park is on Church Road
- Saint James Mount and Gardens – was formerly a cemetery
- Croxteth Hall & Country Park – free parking is available in designated car parks
- The Otterspool Promenade – popular for kite flying and biking
Calderstones Park is a family park sprawling in a 94-acre wide area. A fusion of woodland, lake and fields, this is certainly one of the best places that the whole family can enjoy for different scenery and activities. Part of this park is a wonderful Japanese garden and old English gardens that would definitely provide you with both the eastern and western vibe. The main park is open all day for the whole year-round for your ultimate enjoyment.
Aside from the nice and luscious view and greenery, they also have different facilities like the Storybarn, an interactive story centre where you can do a whole lot of reading for yourself or for your kids. They also have a playground for your young children’s enjoyment and a nice cafe and ice cream parlour that you can visit to quench your thirst and have a little snack in between your visit. Check now this place and feel closer with nature with the nice surroundings and facilities that this area offers.
Park Events, Playground, Storybarn, The Reader Cafe, Ice Cream Parlour
Address: Calderstones Mansion House, Calderstones Rd, Liverpool L18 3JB
Phone: 151 233 3000
“Calderstone is a beautiful and well-maintained park. Great open space and I love the walled garden and Japanese garden (it is open again), I always go in there and enjoy the birds and squirrels. You could take a sit and relax, it is quiet and really nice. Also, nice play areas for kids.” – Diana Pérez
Reynolds Park is located inside the Woolton conservation area of South Liverpool. A beautiful garden space full of different greenery and blooms, you would certainly enjoy the radiant display that they have. Boasting of a walled garden that is filled with Dahlia displays as well as sunken and topiary, you will certainly enjoy watching the blossoming of the flowers and be amazed by the beauty that they have.
They also have a wonderful wildflower meadow and woodland area with footpaths where you can enjoy walking and strolling with your family and friends. The main park is open for 24 hours, 365 days a year however their walled garden is often closed in the evening. Check now the beautiful flowers that they have and be amazed by the wonderful sceneries and views that they offer.
Gardens, Wildflowers and Woodland, Quarry
“Lovely park, well kept, a great place to take the kids and walk the dog.” – Suzanne Rush
Saint James Mount and Gardens
Saint James Mount and Gardens is a former cemetery filled with wonderful and historical architecture that you would certainly love to look into. A perfect and quiet place for a nice stroll and relaxation time, be amazed by the lined stone path and stone arches that they have. If you are into some peculiar adventure, you can also check the system of broad ramps that you can find inside that are lined with catacombs.
You can also see here the Huskisson memorial, a painted stone that is made in the memory of W. Huskisson, a liberal member of the parliament for Liverpool. A historical place that is secluded and quiet, you can go here to find some peace and quiet after a stressing day. Pay a visit now and have some silent time alone for yourself.
Natural Spring, Catacombs, Stone Arch, Huskisson Memorial
“Peaceful walk, garden and graveyard. Historical memories and a great picture of the disappeared generations. If you have a windy day, this is your place to sit and relax in the park.” – Petros Agoston
Croxteth Hall & Country Park
Croxteth Hall & Country Park is a 500-acre country park where you can find Croxteth Hall, Walled garden, Croxteth Park Farm, Croxteth Park Riding Centre and the Jungle Parc. A perfect place filled with nature adventure and wonderful attraction, breath some fresh air and be closer to nature visiting this place. A perfect place for the whole family, you can experience and learn more about the traditional working Victorian farm with their Croxteth Park Farm.
Filled with different livestock, they offer different activities like bottle-feeding calves and lambs. Their Croxteth Hall on the other hand is a heritage site that is an excellent place to hold different events, conferences and exhibitions. Check now this place and go down memory lane with the fabulous and magnificent attractions that they have.
Home Farm, Walled Garden, Croxteth Hall, Jungle Parc, Croxteth Park Riding Centre, Adventure Playground
“I love that place especially on a walk with my dog. Large space, beautiful trees, cafe, horses. I like to come back again and again.” – Klaudia Łabędź
The Otterspool Promenade
The Otterspool Promenade is a riverside walk and park that is located in South Liverpool. Offering a stunning and majestic view of the River Mersey, this place is perfect for a quiet walk and stroll with your family and loved ones. You can also do cycling and kite flying particularly on windy days. This place is also open for dogs so you can bring your beloved pet for some exercise and walk along the different paths that they have.
This park is also filled with different facilities and attractions that will best suit your different needs, purpose and avenues for relaxation and fun. From action sports hub for skateboarders, scooter and BMX riders to a playground for kids and an adventure centre for brave and risky individuals where they can go climbing and abseiling. Visit this place now and have some exhilarating adventure or a quiet walk surrounded by nature.
Action Sports Hub, Playground, Adventure Centre
“Lots of parking space, great and relaxing place to go for walks with either all family or on your own. Suitable for a walk with your dog.” – Madara Sniedzina