Rawcliffe Park is located at York YO30 5YA, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Rawcliffe Park and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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nicholas roberts

4 Google Rating

Peacefull! Great for the dogs! Little park for the kids! Only downside the smell from the sewage wor

4/ 5

Peacefull! Great for the dogs! Little park for the kids! Only downside the smell from the sewage works, not too bad unless it's a hot day??

Darren J Sage

5 Google Rating

A lovely spot which despite being a stone's throw from the ring road, is quiet and full of flowers i

5/ 5

A lovely spot which despite being a stone's throw from the ring road, is quiet and full of flowers in spring and summer.

jean paul jacques

4 Google Rating

Great place to walk around.

4/ 5

Great place to walk around.

Simon Smithson

5 Google Rating

Really cool mountain bike pump track. Great fun!

5/ 5

Really cool mountain bike pump track. Great fun!

modestt .

5 Google Rating

Lovely walks n fishing venue. Make time for sunrise if you can.

5/ 5

Lovely walks n fishing venue. Make time for sunrise if you can.

Colin Armstrong

5 Google Rating

Came her on the 6th November for the fireworks display. Well managed and still able to get parked.

5/ 5

Came her on the 6th November for the fireworks display. Well managed and still able to get parked.

Mick Saunders

5 Google Rating

Fabulous bonfire and fireworks plus a very kiddie friendly funfair 🙂

5/ 5

Fabulous bonfire and fireworks plus a very kiddie friendly funfair 🙂

Emma Gears

5 Google Rating

Such great memories of this place. Great for dog walks

5/ 5

Such great memories of this place. Great for dog walks

Malcolm Wrigglesworth

5 Google Rating

Lovely to walk around, especially in the sun

5/ 5

Lovely to walk around, especially in the sun

Anthony Richmond

4 Google Rating

Great space to walk the dog

4/ 5

Great space to walk the dog

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