Calderstones is a stunning 94 acre family park in South Liverpool boasting woodland, lake and fields, with botanical and historical interest.
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Facilities and attractions
The park has beautiful ornamental gardens which include Japanese, old English and flower themes. It also has:
- Children’s playground (swings, roundabout, slide, see-saw, activity net, spring mobiles, interactive play unit, multi play area).
- Picnic area.
- A one thousand year old oak tree.
- Walled garden.
- Tennis courts which play host to the annual Liverpool Parks Tennis Tournament.
- Mansion house, stable block and coach house gallery.
- Angling (registration permit required).
- Café and public toilets.
- Car parks at Yew Tree and Calderstones Road entrances.
- Active friends group - Friends of Harthill and Calderstones.
- Main park
- 24 hours a day, all year around.
How to get there
- Foot and road
- You can access the park from Calderstones Road (off Menlove Avenue), Allerton Road, Harthill Road and Yew Tree Road.
- The nearest train station is Mossley Hill.