Mersey Park located at Tranmere, Birkenhead CH42 5PY, UK

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Gareth Irwin

4 Google Rating

Nice place to have an evening walk after work with children. Few benches dotted around paths. There

4/ 5

Nice place to have an evening walk after work with children. Few benches dotted around paths. There is a play area for children, which has recently been refurbished and a caged 5 aside footy pitch. There is also a kickboxing club in the grounds of the park.

James Davies

5 Google Rating

Nice park, my local sprint dog walk. Amazing view of the Mersey. Plenty of benches to chill.

5/ 5

Nice park, my local sprint dog walk. Amazing view of the Mersey. Plenty of benches to chill.

John davies

3 Google Rating

Pleasant walk with dog or take kids swings.

3/ 5

Pleasant walk with dog or take kids swings.

Adam Williams

2 Google Rating

Grotty little park with the added bonus of a homeless community in residence, avoid this place of a

2/ 5

Grotty little park with the added bonus of a homeless community in residence, avoid this place of a night and it's not really worth it in the daylight hours either.

Matthew Andrus

4 Google Rating

The dog loves his walks around this beautiful park

4/ 5

The dog loves his walks around this beautiful park

Julie Paton

4 Google Rating

Great little park granddaughter loves it

4/ 5

Great little park granddaughter loves it

Victoria Dixon

5 Google Rating

2021 firework display was very impressive

5/ 5

2021 firework display was very impressive

Lesley Astbury

4 Google Rating

Great little park. Shame it was windy. Will go again. My granddaughter really liked it.

4/ 5

Great little park. Shame it was windy. Will go again. My granddaughter really liked it.

Debbie Ford

5 Google Rating

Grandkids love this park

5/ 5

Grandkids love this park

Daniel Hilton

3 Google Rating

Some swings missing and could be bigger but overall fine for a young child to run about

3/ 5

Some swings missing and could be bigger but overall fine for a young child to run about

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