Kingscote Park, Blackpool

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Coordinates: 53°49′30″N 3°01′37″W / 53.825°N 3.027°W / 53.825; -3.027

The main field of Kingscote Park

Kingscote Park is a municipal park extending over 98 acres (40 ha; 0.40 km2) in Layton, a suburb of Blackpool in the county of Lancashire, England. The park is the second largest park within Blackpool after Stanley Park[1] and the largest park in Layton.[2]


Kingscote Park is bordered on the north by Grange Road, Nethway Avenue to the east, Bardsway Avenue and Blairway Avenue to the south and Kingscote Drive along the western side. The park has a large field to the North with trees along the west and south sides, with another field to the south-east which has tress along the south, east and western sides, a children's playground, tarmac sports area.

There is a disused building to the south west of the park. The friends of Kingcote Park are currently fundraising to demolish the existing building and build a new community centre.

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  1. ^ "Kingscote Park takes a bite of the Big Apple". Blackpool Council.
  2. ^ "Cash boost brings park sports revival". Blackpool Today News.

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