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Great park with a lot of life and character. Riverside walk through trees and along the banking. We say dogs having a great time. Two even went into the river and straight out again. Glad I wasn't the owner as the the dogs jumped up...More
you feel like you can get 'air' in your lungs here, theres a cafe and a playground for the kiddies, woodland walks, Duck ponds fish ponds, and wildlife if you sit still long enough to see it, for those with cars theres a near by...More
Went today with my family, the park and grounds looked lovely, fed the ducks on the lake, had a stroll through the wooded area, and the children played on the park. All had a great time. Decided to have lunch in the queens park cafe,...More
On Wednesday 7th March my puppy ingested either a drug or poison whilst at Queens Park which made her very ill, very fast. A lady at the park fed her bread and carried on despite me asking her to stop. It is not known whether...More
Visited on a cold February, it was snowing, but despite this I was impressed.
Park is well laid out with lots to see while being very accessible to all. Liked the recent investment with a great playground and cafe. Information signs are a real help....More
Although walking distance out of Bolton town centre this part does seem a world away. It is quite large, has something for everyone and is very relaxing indeed.
There is plenty of free parking around and it is extremely well-kept. They have spent a lot...More
There’s plenty of street parking at the numerous entrances, there are also two dedicated car parks. If the car parks are full, park outside the main entrance to the park, across from the offices, your car will be secure.