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Great parks to take the kids to in Liverpool

Who doesn’t love a trip to the park? It’s cheap, usually not too far to travel to from your home and there’s boundless hours of fun to be had there.

Whether the kids wants to fly a kite, ride their bike, whizz through the air on the swings or follow a nature trail - you can do this right in your local park.

So we’ve put together a list of some greats parks to visit in Liverpool and beyond - how many can you tick off?

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Sefton Park, Liverpool

Sefton Park is one of Liverpool’s most popular outdoor spots and also features the beautiful glass Palm House

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Hesketh Park, Southport

Hesketh Park in Southport features play areas, trails and hidden gardens

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Walton Hall Park, Liverpool

Walton Hall Park sprawls across a 130 acres right in the heart of Walton and is well-loved by the community

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Victoria Park, Southport

Victoria Park in Southport is very popular with families and host numerous events throughout the year

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Calderstones Park, Liverpool

Calderstones Park in Liverpool is a very popular park with huge woodlands, a lake and an adventure playground

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Birkenhead Park, Wirral

It and you can see why. Birkenhead Park was the inspiration for New York's Central Park and features a Swiss bridge and even a Roman boathouse

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Eastham Country Park, Wirral

If you want to see the River Mersey in all her glory head to Eastham Park for some spectacular views

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Greenbank Park, Liverpool

Greenbank Park in Liverpool is a hidden gem of a park which is a great place to visit if you’re looking for a quiet spot

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Princes Park, Liverpool

You’ll find Princes Park just next door to Sefton Park and it’s just as lovely and also features a lake and children’s play areas too

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Reynolds Park, Woolton, Liverpool

Reynolds Park is a real hidden gem just three miles from Liverpool city centre

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Vale Park, New Brighton, Wirral

Vale Park in New Brighton is a great place to visit with the kids with so much to see and do

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Royden Park, Wirral

Royden Park in Wirral has an excellent miniature railway and if you climb to the top of Thurstaston Hill there are amazing views of the River Dee estuary

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Otterspool Promenade and Park, Liverpool

With beautiful views across the River Mersey, Otterspool Promenade and Park in South Liverpool is a great place to take the kids

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Croxteth Country Park, Liverpool

Croxteth Country Park in Liverpool is a stunning place to visit no matter the season

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Botanic Gardens, Churchtown, Southport

The Botanic Gardens is a great place for the family to have fun on a sunny day

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Everton Park, Liverpool

There are no views like those from the top of Everton Brow in Everton Park. Climb the steps to see Liverpool from a spectacular vantage point

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Chavasse Park, Liverpool

If you’re heading to Liverpool ONE then Chavasse Park is a great spot for the kids to play while you take a break from your mega shopping spree

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Newsham Park, Liverpool

Set in 121 acres, there are plenty of places to picnic in Newsham Park in Liverpool

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Coronation Park, Ormskirk

Coronation Park in Ormskirk is worth a visit with a pond and three play areas

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Belle Vale Park, Liverpool

It’s not the biggest park but Belle Vale Park is a nice place to visit without having to travel into Liverpool city centre

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Ashton Park, West Kirby

Set right on the Wirral Way is Ashton Park in West Kirby is a beautiful little park and perfect for feeding the ducks