University Parks located at S Parks Rd, Oxford OX1 3RF, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 282040

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D Clarke

4 Google Rating

Lovely on a sunny day. The pen spaces are well laid out and offer some shade from mature trees. Th

4/ 5

Lovely on a sunny day. The pen spaces are well laid out and offer some shade from mature trees. The path by the river is busier and has some benches and picnic areas for the punt occupants. There are tennis courts and a public restroom further in and wide open spaces for recreational sport.

Emma Horton

5 Google Rating

Beautiful park in the city, not far from the centre. The well kept paths make it really easy to walk

5/ 5

Beautiful park in the city, not far from the centre. The well kept paths make it really easy to walk or run around. You can walk down to the Thames and watch people punt in the summer time. There are plenty of benches, including one dedicated to J.R. Tolkien. There are also various spaces for sports. Overall a really beautiful green space to forget you are in the middle of a city.

Justyna Olszowa

5 Google Rating

Good place for picnic with the family or just break from work. I use uni park for a dog walk every d

5/ 5

Good place for picnic with the family or just break from work. I use uni park for a dog walk every day. Also uni park is the best place if you are interested in photography.

Noel Hunwick

4 Google Rating

University Parks good pitches for sports, and these days for me would be more used for good walks al

4/ 5

University Parks good pitches for sports, and these days for me would be more used for good walks along the River and through the shaded tree areas. Definitely worth a visit when in Oxford.

Divyanand Valsan

5 Google Rating

Beautiful park.. big trees, flowers, a pond with swans and an adjoining river.. lots of flowers duri

5/ 5

Beautiful park.. big trees, flowers, a pond with swans and an adjoining river.. lots of flowers during summer and beautiful colours during autumn..also lots of benches to sit.. if you are lucky you can catch a county match in the parks cricket ground

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