Cutteslowe and Sunnymead Park located at Elsfield Way, Oxford OX2 8NP, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 249811

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Cutteslowe and Sunnymead Park oxford
Cutteslowe and Sunnymead Park oxford
Cutteslowe and Sunnymead Park oxford
Cutteslowe and Sunnymead Park oxford
Cutteslowe and Sunnymead Park oxford

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Claire Davis

5 Google Rating

Such a fab park. So much to do. They sometimes have the little train there and my little guy loved i

5/ 5

Such a fab park. So much to do. They sometimes have the little train there and my little guy loved it. They have a huge slide that's a big hit with both my little ones. We have also eaten at the little cafe there and that was also a very pleasant experience.

Joy Owen

4 Google Rating

A place to meander, and wile away the hours on the grass under trees; to play a game or two of socce

4/ 5

A place to meander, and wile away the hours on the grass under trees; to play a game or two of soccer, to have a meal at the Cafe or to enjoy the train rides and/or play park. The aviary or duck pond are also firm favourites. A great area for families who need time 'out' and/or to walk the dogs. Bring water with you; and lots of energy.

demon remixes

5 Google Rating

Large open spaces .great playgrounds. Good priced cafe. Only thing the toilets are not the best . Th

5/ 5

Large open spaces .great playgrounds. Good priced cafe. Only thing the toilets are not the best . The train is amazing

Shah Syed

5 Google Rating

Lovely family friendly park, lots of things to keep the kids busy, my kids especially enjoyed the tr

5/ 5

Lovely family friendly park, lots of things to keep the kids busy, my kids especially enjoyed the train and sand pit, has a very nice little cafe for ice cream, coffee and other refreshments, great place to go for a walk, would be nice if the parking was free but other than that I would highly recommended.

gatcha Skyler

5 Google Rating

Fantastic day out went for bubble rush in aid of Hellen and Douglas House. The parking was easy at 7

5/ 5

Fantastic day out went for bubble rush in aid of Hellen and Douglas House. The parking was easy at 7am but the some of the other 900 people taking part used the park and ride. They have a sand pit, play area, coffee shop, toilets and a train(check for opening times) cant wait to go back.

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