Parks and Greenspaces

Everton Park

A modern park on a historic site with a lofty vantage point offering the best view in the city. Catch glimpses of the Mersey between the spires and skyscrapers and visit at sunset as the sun sinks behind the wind turbines over the Mersey Bay.

Everton Park

Everton Park

Heyworth Street, L5 4LA

Find us

Access to the park is via Heyworth Street, Northumberland Street, Shaw Street, Netherfield Road, Conway Street, Roscommon Street and Great Homer Street.

Parking available at the vantage point off Heyworth Street.

Action Sports Hub

For skateboarders, BMX and scooter riders.

Nature Garden

The nature garden has an established natural habitat including two small lakes, ideal for pond dipping and bird watching, along with a foraging spiral. This oasis of wetland is a major educational and community resource for inner city Liverpool.

Heritage Trail

Walk amongst the grassland meadows and woodland. Heritage trail available.

Playground and multi-use games area

Children's playground and multi-use games area for football and other activities.

Vantage point

Climb the steps from Shaw Street/Heyworth Street for the best view of the much changed cityscape to Wirral and Wales beyond - an impressive attraction of the area and a key quality of the park.

A range of rock types of interest to amateur geologists.

Fitness equipment

A range of weatherproof fitness equipment to improve health and fitness. Includes a Surfer, Space Walker, Four Wheel Spinner, Skier, Agility Bench, Body Twister and Leg Press.

Run Together - 3K route

Catch glimpses of the Mersey between the spires and skyscrapers with the best view in the city. Explore this historic site with a 3k walk or run. Start and finish on path below Everton Park viewing point. View Everton Park 3k route

Friends of Everton Park

  • Aerial view Everton Brow
  • Everton Brow sunrise

Parks byelaws

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
  • Waterways
  • Model aircraft

Byelaws are local laws made by the council, which means we can issue penalties and act to protect property and individuals.