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My boyfriend is from Runcorn I am from Italy and during one of my visit, he took me there for a lovely romantic walk . I really enjoyed the park and the view of the River Mersey from the Frog’s Mouth. At the end of...More
This is a pleasant small wild area in a region dominated by industry. There are lots of little paths, and small gradients to reach the highest parts that have splendid views over the factories to the Mersey Estuary and the North Wales mountains, with Snowdon...More
I regularly walk up Runcorn Hill with my dog who loves being able to roam free. Lovely to have a bit of nature on your doorstep which is great for exercise and also good for your mental well being. Only downside I find is you...More
Had an hour free so thought I would go take a walk around.
It’s a nice quiet relaxed little park with nature walks, and football and also rugby fields scattered around. There is a charming duck pond with a lot of very sleepy ducks in...More
First visit in years and was delighted with the changes, fantastic park for children, lovely pond to feed ducks, cafe for lunch and ice creams and a lovely walk for dogs. Fantastic day out, certainly be back soon
Since the recent refurbishment of the pond area, this park is beautiful. The facilities (cafe, parking, playground etc) are excellent and the wall around the hills is lovely. We try to visit at least once a week!
Great little area of Runcorn. Good views of the Mersey Estuary from the top of Runcorn Hill Plenty of money spent on the cafe, woodland walk paths, duck pond etc. Feed the ducks birdseed, cooked rice or seedless grapes - bread makes them ill. The...More