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Best places for family walks in Liverpool and beyond

Spending quality time with the family isn't always easy when there's a dozen loads of washing and homework to be done.

And if you're on a tight budget you might not be able to afford a family day out with all the extras - that's why the simplest things are the best.

There's one thing you can do all year around - wrap up in winter, celebrate the spring, soak up the sun in summer or kick up some leaves in autumn with a bright and breezy walk.

Walks are perfect to reconnect with the kids and the outdoors whatever the weather - and it won't cost you a penny!

Here's some great places you can go with the kids for family walk in Liverpool and beyond.

Formby Pinewoods, Sefton

Head to Formby Pinewoods in Sefton with the family and let the kids run wild.

Sefton Park, Liverpool

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

Hesketh Park, Southport

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

Calderstones Park, Liverpool

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

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

Festival Gardens, Otterspool

Festival Gardens in Otterspool is a beautiful, calm, open space with exotic pagodas and oriental gardens, the ideal place for a relaxing stroll with the family

Eastham Country Park, Wirral

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

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

Stanley Park, Liverpool

Right in the middle of Anfield and Goodison you’ll find Stanley Park - which some would say if the perfect place for a game of football

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

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

Croxteth Country Park, Liverpool

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

Hoylake Beach, Wirral

Head to Hoylake Beach in Wirral to fly a kite or explore the Grace Darling driftwood pirate ship

Speke Hall, Liverpool

Explore the Great Hall of Speke Hall, get lost in the hedge maze or grab a coffee in the tea shop

Crosby Beach, Sefton

You can't beat a trip to the Crosby Beach in Sefton - it's home to 100 cast iron statues which never fail to amaze

Newsham Park, Liverpool

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

Coronation Park, Ormskirk

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