Liverpool's Natural Spaces

Calderstones Park

WOW! Check out the many different types of trees and especially the one thousand year-old oak. 

Camphill and Woolton Woods

A great place for sledging in the snow and flying kites!  

Allerton Towers

A beautiful 35 acre park and home to the Merseyside Youth Challenge Trust activity centre.   

Reynolds Park

A beautiful 14-acre 'Green Flag' park set within the conservation area of Woolton in South Liverpool.

Sefton Park

There really is nowhere quite like the iconic Sefton Park, with its huge boating Lake and restored Palm  House.


The promenade is great for a bracing walk, views across the river and a spot of kite flying. 

Clarke Gardens

Another feast of trees and open space on Springwood Avenue.

Other natural spaces close by ...

Go to Liverpool Council's website to check the other parks in and around Liverpool.

How about Speke Hall for lovely gardens and a trip back in time in this amazing Tudor House.

For coastline try Crosby Coastal Park or Formby sand dunes.