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Lovely park

This is a lovely park by the riverside and a contrast to the busy high street We went in search of... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Rokerauw
Beautiful walk linking boths ends of town

A well established and maintained park marking the entrance to Morpeth. The park is only a short... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
jbcfc
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a lovely park by the riverside and a contrast to the busy high street We went in search of Emily Davison statue and were delighted to find her surrounded by lovely purple and white flower beds with an aviary adjacent to it. Super...More

Thank Rokerauw
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A well established and maintained park marking the entrance to Morpeth. The park is only a short walk from the railway station and easily accessible from the town centre. There is a relatively steep incline through the main park area which takes you up and...More

Thank jbcfc
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Loved this park and the walk along the riverbank. The extra attraction was the recent unveiling of the statue of Emily Davison the Suffragette. Delightful piece of artwork and very evocative. Emily's parents came from Morpeth and she is buried in the local churchyard

Thank 187047PeterR
Reviewed 9 September 2018

For locals Carlisle Park is stil special. Most of us fondly remember being taken there as a child and enjoying the amazing play areas. As we grew up the joy of hiring a rowing boat and exploring the many paths filled in many a day...More

Thank NorthumberlandJulieR
Reviewed 5 September 2018 via mobile

We spent a good few hours here. Its a lovely, clean and well kept park. Toilets could do with a revamp but that's the only fault. Plenty of play equipment to keep the kids happy. It has a lovely big paddling pool and there were...More

Thank tracy r
Reviewed 24 August 2018

On the edge of town, this park has everything. A very large paddling pool for the kids, an aviary, a herb garden dedicated to William Turner - the botanist who was the first to name plants in English - but above all, lovely long walks...More

1  Thank Keristerfer17
Reviewed 17 August 2018 via mobile

We've been to Northumberland before and never been able to find Carlisle Park. Today we did once we discovered that it doesn't have parking! Nice park, toilets were ok, good play park and paddling pool. Our 4 year old enjoyed it.

Thank Jo k
Reviewed 12 August 2018

The park is a lovely place with paddling pool for tots . It has been a delight especially this lovely summer. Been going there for 60 years. There are a few signs that Funding for the upkeep of the Trees have been cut. But the...More

1  Thank Joseph W
Reviewed 12 August 2018 via mobile

This was the first time we visted Carlisle park as a family. We got the train from cramlington to morpeth as we knew parking would be a nightmare. Took a 10-15 min walk from the station to the enterence of carlisle park. The grounds are...More

2  Thank Sarah28winthorpe
Reviewed 10 August 2018

Pro's, paddling pool, food stalls, toilets, climbing frame, bouncy castle, swings, play ground for small children & larger ones too. plenty of green space, very well looked after. Con's Chinese eating beer swigging tattoo wearing overweight Chava's shouting at there just as unruly kids kind...More

Thank Lee S
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