Florence Park is located at 94 Cornwallis Rd, Oxford OX4 3JZ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Florence Park and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Melanie Jackson

5 Google Rating

It's just a park but it's a good one. Good balance of meadow, more horticulture, kids apparatus and

5/ 5

It's just a park but it's a good one. Good balance of meadow, more horticulture, kids apparatus and access to refreshments. I'm happy to say, after an experience I've been having locally, do it's on my mind, there's never been any dog muck that I've noticed whilst there.

Ed Finch

5 Google Rating

A lovely spacious local park with fun play facilities, a lovely range of trees and shrubs, colourful

5/ 5

A lovely spacious local park with fun play facilities, a lovely range of trees and shrubs, colourful annual planting, tennis courts and a café. Well loved by dog walkers, families and locals.

Pat Britton

5 Google Rating

Beautifully designed, maintained and developing park in East Oxford. It has Flo's: The place in the

5/ 5

Beautifully designed, maintained and developing park in East Oxford. It has Flo's: The place in the park (a lovely café and community space), tennis courts, a huge children's play area with an unrivalled sandpit, and mini golf. There's two other areas for older kids, one feels almost hidden in the trees, the other has a zipwire and about a 40' climbing frame. Also in one corner is a developing area to teach people about edible and medicinal plants. All in all well worth a visit, it's a magical place :)

Jay T

5 Google Rating

Lovely park with plenty of quite spots in the shade on a hot day & nicely landscaped

5/ 5

Lovely park with plenty of quite spots in the shade on a hot day & nicely landscaped

Max Earl

5 Google Rating

This park is fun for all the family, and with lots of space to sit and playgrounds for children to e

5/ 5

This park is fun for all the family, and with lots of space to sit and playgrounds for children to enjoy themselves it is an ideal place to go for everyone. The large green spaces are clean and spacious and there is ample space to play games have fun.

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