South Park is located at Cowley, Oxford OX4 1NG, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with South Park and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Kram Sniggah

4 Google Rating

It's nice but not great. Good views of the city spires though and great for sunsets. It does get bus

4/ 5

It's nice but not great. Good views of the city spires though and great for sunsets. It does get busy with tourists and students at lunchtime/early evening so can be a little rowdy.

Tman

5 Google Rating

Terrific park in the near central parts of oxford. Boasting a huge open grass area with some limite

5/ 5

Terrific park in the near central parts of oxford. Boasting a huge open grass area with some limited seating but plenty of shade and even offers an outdoor gym which comes with all the necessary equipment to take on Calisthenics as a sport. A wonderful place for friends, family or even alone to take a moment to think and relax. A great place that everyone ought to visit during the sunny weather or seasons otherwise, it can be really wet, muddy and uncomfortable.

I LIKE K-POP YEET

5 Google Rating

It's a good place to walk to clear your mind. You can also have picnics there or go for school trips

5/ 5

It's a good place to walk to clear your mind. You can also have picnics there or go for school trips. I highly recommend!

Rob Cockerell

4 Google Rating

Great park, with great views and plenty of space for all and a good kids play park. A shame that ove

4/ 5

Great park, with great views and plenty of space for all and a good kids play park. A shame that over the last few years the local parking has become full from non park users.

Alex Kilkenny

5 Google Rating

Nice park. Happend to.come here when a food festival was on. Got some food then chilled out enjoying

5/ 5

Nice park. Happend to.come here when a food festival was on. Got some food then chilled out enjoying the sun.

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