Parks and open spaces
Premier parks are our biggest parks with lots to offer. Collectively our three destination parks cover an area of over 120 hectares offering sports facilities and play areas, formal gardens and wildlife areas with rivers, lakes, grassland and woods to explore.
A beautiful formal park stretching from the town centre to the outskirts of town hosting Nuneaton's Museum and Art Gallery and Cafe, an innovative and exciting play area with climbing tower, water and sand play, pitch and putt, tennis, kilometres of tarmac paths and cycle paths, the River Anker, period bandstand and easy access to the Pingles Leisure Centre with olympic sized swimming pool and gym.
A park of many parts with lots to discover. The Miners' Welfare Park was dedicated to the public by the miners. With a new state of the art play area with water play, sand pit and green play for all abilities including sensory play. The park also hosts Bedworth Leisure Centre, car parks, formal gardens, a skate park, outdoor gym, disc golf (hire equipment from the leisure centre, no charge for use of the course), kilometres of tarmac paths, cricket, football, pitch and putt, bowls and a wildlife area towards the southern end of the site which includes a lake, pond and wildflower area.
43 hectares of countryside park, three lakes, a pond and marsh area, woodland, meadows, an outdoor gym, multi-use games area, toddlers' play area, picnic area and seating, football pitches, kilometres of laid paths and a heritage sculpture trail.
Last updated Friday, 11th March 2016