List of parks and open spaces in Merseyside

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The following is a list of parks and open spaces in Merseyside, England. Covering the areas of Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton and St Helens.


List is referenced from Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Councils' website.[1]


Main Article Parks and open spaces in Liverpool

List is referenced from Liverpool City Councils' website.[2]

St Helens[edit]

List is referenced from St Helens Councils' website.[3]


List is referenced from Sefton Councils' website.[4]

  • Hesketh Park, Southport
  • Botanic Gardens, Southport
  • Victoria Park, Crosby
  • Derby Park, Bootle
  • North Park, Bootle
  • Bedford Park
  • South Marine Park
  • Kings Gardens
  • Floral Hall Gardens
  • Princes Park
  • Crescent Gardens
  • Adelaide Gardens
  • Beach Lawns
  • Marine Gardens, Crosby
  • Alexandra Park and War Memorial
  • Coronation Park (All Areas)
  • Moorside Park (All Areas)
  • Centenary Gardens
  • Kings Gardens
  • Hapsford Road (Open Area)
  • Moss Lane Bowling Green (Menai Road Park)
  • Deepdale Park
  • Johnsons Bowling Green
  • Poets Park
  • Melanear Park
  • St Marys Gardens
  • Hawthorne Road, Field
  • Killen Green Park
  • Runnels Lane Park
  • Abbeyfield Park
  • Giro Park
  • Marian Park
  • Copy Farm Wildlife and Play Area
  • Pinfold Cottage Woodland Park
  • Kirkstone Park
  • Hatton Hill Park
  • Potters Barn
  • Lonsdale Park
  • Amos Square
  • Liverpool Road Rec. Ground
  • Canning Rd Rec. Ground
  • Crossens Community Park
  • Compton Road Park
  • Hightown Children's Park
  • Maghull Old Hall Site
  • Hall Rd Park/Merrilocks Road
  • Bowersdale Park
  • Rainbow Park


List is referenced from Wirral Councils' website.[5]


  1. ^ "Parks and gardens". Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council. 2009. Retrieved 2009-08-02. 
  2. ^ "Discover Parks & Gardens". Liverpool City Council. July 2009. Retrieved 2009-08-02. 
  3. ^ "Parks and open spaces". St Helens Council. Retrieved 2009-08-02. [dead link]
  4. ^ "Full list of parks". Sefton Council. March 2009. Retrieved 2009-08-02. 
  5. ^ "Parks and Countryside - Outdoor Facilities". Wirral Council. Retrieved 2009-08-02. 

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