Croxteth Country Park
Open throughout the year, this 500 acre country park offers woodland, pastures, ponds and streams to explore on a network of paths and trails. A great place to look for wildlife and to get a breath of fresh air.
Opening hours and prices vary across the park's many facilities and attractions.
Free parking is available in designated car parks.
Food and drink
A great selection of snacks and hot and cold drinks is offered by Willow Catering in our Café Courtyard.
This is a hidden treasure almost untouched by time. Colourful scented borders lead to well-stocked vegetable plots and a special botanical collection.
Test your navigation skills whilst exploring the well preserved landscape of woodlands, pastures and ponds.
Swings, roundabout, waltz rotator, see-saw, climbing frame, infant play area, multi play area.
An outdoor gym with a range of fitness equipment to keep you fit and healthy.
Run Together - 5K route
Explore the park on its network of paths and trails taking in the woodland, pastures, ponds and streams.
Croxteth Park Farm
Croxteth Park Farm is a traditional working Victorian farm and is one of the leading Conservation Farm Parks in the UK. Lots for children, families and schools to see and do.
Croxteth Park Volunteer Group
The group helps restore the Grade II listed kennels and record biodiversity across the park. Follow the group on Twitter and on Instagram. You can also get in touch by emailing email@example.com
Friends of Croxteth Country Park
Explore the beauty of Croxteth Country Park
So that everyone can enjoy our parks and open spaces we have policies and byelaws in place which cover:
- Protection of the ground, its wildlife and the public
- Horses, cycles and vehicles
- Play areas, games and sports
- Model aircraft
Byelaws are local laws made by the council, which means we can issue penalties and act to protect property and individuals.