Canford Park located at 67 Canford Ln, Bristol BS9 3NX, UK

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Gemma

5 Google Rating

Such a beautiful park and play area here. A large grass area with a path all around,plenty of space

5/ 5

Such a beautiful park and play area here. A large grass area with a path all around,plenty of space to play football, have a jog or a cycle. There is a play park including a sanded play area. There is also a beautiful little pond surrounded by lots of plants. The perfect setting for a warm summers day. Dogs allowed in the grassed area, but not allowed in the play park. Toilets onsite.

Sylvia Wilson

5 Google Rating

Such a lovely green space. If you walk your dog, remember your poo bags! There are bins dotted aroun

5/ 5

Such a lovely green space. If you walk your dog, remember your poo bags! There are bins dotted around. use them!

Midnight Blue

5 Google Rating

Excellent for walking, jogging and running. Lots of trees and plants. A very large field with 600met

5/ 5

Excellent for walking, jogging and running. Lots of trees and plants. A very large field with 600metre track. A designated playground, with children's activities available. Parking nearby on roadside. Great for walking dogs and bins provided to keep area clean. Also a quiet area next to the field with an attractive pond and rose bushes. Always an enjoyable place to visit.

Jannette Toomey

5 Google Rating

Nice open space (but enclosed so safe to let dogs have a run around). The children's playground also

5/ 5

Nice open space (but enclosed so safe to let dogs have a run around). The children's playground also enclosed. There is a café, toilet and a bowl of water for thirsty dogs.

Trevor Peacock

4 Google Rating

A great place to walk my dog friendly people,just a shame tha cafe not open enough on warm/hot days.

4/ 5

A great place to walk my dog friendly people,just a shame tha cafe not open enough on warm/hot days. But apart from that we love the place.

Spencer Blackaller

4 Google Rating

Great park, nice play park for kids, table tennis, tennis and bowls. Lots of green space for childr

4/ 5

Great park, nice play park for kids, table tennis, tennis and bowls. Lots of green space for children and dogs to run around and play. Tennis courts are bookable online at only £5 an hour. Could do with another toilet and less chemicals on the grass for my liking.

Kate Beynon

4 Google Rating

Nice place to walk dogs. Closed gates makes it safe. Children's play area.

4/ 5

Nice place to walk dogs. Closed gates makes it safe. Children's play area.

Mikkellaa Parsons

5 Google Rating

Lovely park, lovely playground. Been visiting since I was a child and my child now thoroughly enjoys

5/ 5

Lovely park, lovely playground. Been visiting since I was a child and my child now thoroughly enjoys it too.

Steve Kennedy

4 Google Rating

Nice park to walk your dog. Tennis courts are free but can be busy. Good play park for kids. Cafe to

4/ 5

Nice park to walk your dog. Tennis courts are free but can be busy. Good play park for kids. Cafe too.

Amber Pinnock

5 Google Rating

The park is flat with a huge grassy area along with a toddler & elder 5year+ play area. It also has

5/ 5

The park is flat with a huge grassy area along with a toddler & elder 5year+ play area. It also has a path which stretches the entity of the park. It also has a large pond area surrounded by concrete walls & paved area. It has a small bushed area too. This park runs almost alongside the Cemetery. No car park but street parking is available at no cost. Has small refreshment stall too. No public toilets that I'm aware of.

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