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suzanne perkins

5 Google Rating

Lovely park but enjoyed the cafe/ little library the most. Good coffee and cakes. With dog friendly

5/ 5

Lovely park but enjoyed the cafe/ little library the most. Good coffee and cakes. With dog friendly seating outside that has stunning views of the park. There is a small library in the cafe, with comfy seating, perfect for whiling an hour away. Will definitely be back.

Florian Gleisner

4 Google Rating

There are slides and swings and the usual array of things for kids to play on, as well as a zip line

4/ 5

There are slides and swings and the usual array of things for kids to play on, as well as a zip line. There is a nice cafe. It is a nice place all in all and we had a good time there. It's a bit muddy after the rain - so just what my kids want.

Heather Anderson

5 Google Rating

My new favourite place to go whenever I visit York. A gorgeous garden along with an amazing city. I

5/ 5

My new favourite place to go whenever I visit York. A gorgeous garden along with an amazing city. I highly recommend for a nice walk in peace with nature. I highly recommend going around autumn time, as you can see in my pictures, it looks st un in!

Andy Baker

5 Google Rating

We often take guests with kids here and they are usually impressed. The park is in good nick for the

5/ 5

We often take guests with kids here and they are usually impressed. The park is in good nick for the kids and we can do some good bike rides round the place with our son.

Jon Power

5 Google Rating

Excellent public park. Well maintained. Lots of wild life. Nice doves. Will visit again.

5/ 5

Excellent public park. Well maintained. Lots of wild life. Nice doves. Will visit again.

Steve Lyons

4 Google Rating

The park is a jewel, with a lake and a great play area. But it needs investment. The area at the nor

4/ 5

The park is a jewel, with a lake and a great play area. But it needs investment. The area at the north end needs to either be adequately drained or turned into a proper wetland. The paths need to be regularly washed to remove the accumulations of goose poo. But it is still lovely, and the “poppy screen” is beautiful and moving.

geoff waiting

1 Google Rating

A lovely park.Being going for over 70 years.I remember a well kept lake.Not so now I am afraid.The

1/ 5

A lovely park.Being going for over 70 years.I remember a well kept lake.Not so now I am afraid.The paths around the perimeter and the grass is covered with geese poo.My advice is to take the children to enclosed parts where they cannot get into.I have been moaning about this problem for years! Often floods in winter which can disappoint unsuspecting visitors.Toilet facilities much better in the cafe Tennis is popular and skateboarding too.

Haris Aftab

5 Google Rating

One of the best and biggest parks in York. Small lake inside and loads of place for kids and people

5/ 5

One of the best and biggest parks in York. Small lake inside and loads of place for kids and people from every age to enjoy and walk. Tennis courts inside too. Overall a lovely place to walk sit and for kids to enjoy swings.

Catherine J

5 Google Rating

A lovely park with plenty of space, a children's playground, skate park, tennis and basketball court

5/ 5

A lovely park with plenty of space, a children's playground, skate park, tennis and basketball courts I think, and great through routes to loads of other walks in the area. Highly recommend for a nice stroll through the gardens, or a starting/resting point for a longer walk

Ayhan Mimtas

5 Google Rating

Best park in York. It has a playing ground, tennis courts, basketball court, skating practice parkou

5/ 5

Best park in York. It has a playing ground, tennis courts, basketball court, skating practice parkour, small lake, with a nice bridge (some white pigeons nearly all the time on it) swans, ducks and a very nice cafe with friendly owners... If the park is not big enough for your walk, basically you can go out of the park and walk beside the river, one direction to the town and the other to basically an endless walk. What else do you want This park is a beauty.

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