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Best parks in Oxford

Park
“70 acres of riverside parkland with areas for sport, plus a large collection of landscaped flora”
40 locals recommend
Field
“Unspoilt ancient meadow by the River Thames for walks, wild ponies, bird watching and wildflowers”
38 locals recommend
Botanical Garden
“The University of Oxford Botanic Garden is the oldest botanic garden in Great Britain and one of the oldest scientific gardens in the world. The garden was founded in 1621 as a physic garden growing plants for medicinal research. Today it contains over 6,000 different plant species on 1.8 ha”
25 locals recommend
Trail
“Site of Special scientific Interest, beautiful woods to explore within walking distance or parking available”
13 locals recommend
Park
“Open green space over 50 acres with paths and children's playground, plus views over the city”
15 locals recommend
Park
“Its a super lovely local park for a walk (about 10-15 mins from the home). But you can also get drinks/food, play tennis or table tennis, bowls. ”
12 locals recommend
Park
“A great local park on the left as you leave the shopping area of Headington, opposite the Cooperative Food store. It has an enclosed children's area, and a wide open area for strolling. It also has public toilets by the roadside entrance, which are not very pleasant but serviceable and can be useful with little children in tow. ”
9 locals recommend
Park
“Cutteslowe Park is 42 hectares of well kept park, proudly flying the Green Flag which rewards the best green spaces in the country. It has something for everyone. There is a children's pool, crazy golf, a small aviary, a garden centre with lots of surprises, a duck pond, a cafe, sports facilities, tennis courts and lots of space to walk and play. A miniature steam railway is run in the summer by the City of Oxford Society of Model Engineers - see their website for timings (www.cosme.org.uk/timetable.html). The park is open all day, every day although some activities do have time restrictions.”
5 locals recommend
Park
“On a beautiful sunny day this is an amazing place to visit under the swishing branches of the old trees.”
6 locals recommend
Park
“South Park occupies 50 acres of open space, with magnificent views overlooking Oxford. It is open all day, every day and is 5 minutes walk from Cowley Road in East Oxford. There is free parking available along Morrell Avenue, Cheney Lane and Warneford Lane. The nearest car parks are a short walk away at Marston Road and Union Street”
7 locals recommend
Park
“Incredible Organic Vegetable farm with restaurant and coffee shop (only open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays). Makes the best sour dough!”
6 locals recommend
Park
“small nature reserve by the river, wear waterproof shoes / wellingtons if it's been raining!”
4 locals recommend
Park
“Local gardens which were once a girls horticultural college . Lovely cafe serving homemade food .”
2 locals recommend
Park
“This is a large playground for older kids. Open to the public on weekdays. Look it up before going as there may be a seasonal change in open hours. ”
3 locals recommend
Field
“small nature reserve by the river, wear waterproof shoes / wellingtons if it's been raining!”
2 locals recommend
Park
“This is a must go if you have children. It's right by the river, has a play park, splash park and an outdoor swimming pool (best to book the swimming pool in advance)”
3 locals recommend