Wirral Parks & Gardens
|Published: 25th July 2011 14:07|
Arrowe Country Park
400 acres of parkland including an 18 hole golf course,
pitch and putt, football pitches, tennis and bowls.
Telephone 0151 677 7594.
Eastham Country Park
Well established country park with superb views over the Mersey
Visitor Centre, toilets and tea garden
Telephone 0151 327 1007.
Wirral Country Park
12 mile long former railway line with separate horse ride for most of its length
Superb views over the River Dee from Heswall to Caldy from the raised embankment.
Cafe, Visitor Centre and toilets at Thurstaston.
Telephone 0151 648 4371
Brotherton Park & Dibbinsdale Local Nature Reserve
A hidden valley of ancient woodland. Good area for bird watching
Telephone 0151 334 9851.
Heswall Dales Local Nature Reserve
Over 70 acres of lowland heath with views across the Dee Estuary
Telephone 0151 342 7088.
Hilbre Islands Local Nature Reserve
Groups larger than five members need a permit to visit the islands
Access from Dee Lane, West Kirby at low tide only
NB: It is essential to check tide times before attempting to cross to the islands
Telephone 0151 648 4371.
Birkenhead Park The world's first public park, designed by Joseph Paxton
Includes two lakes and many listed buildings. Excellent children's playground in the lower park
Telephone 0151 652 5197.