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Parks & nature in Nottingham

Park
“Nice place for photograph and you can chase the deer especially in the evening. A great place to chill and play with families and friends!”
7local recommendations
Park
“LOCAL 'Bridgford Park is a beautiful Victorian park set within the leafy suburb of West Bridgford. The park is home to Bridgford Hall which is the base for Rushcliffe Registry Office. Facilities at the park include a fitness trail, tree trail, junior and teenage play areas, a catering outlet and modern toilets (£0.20p charge). Tennis courts at Bridgford Park are managed in partnership with Activeace. Advance booking is required.' ”
4local recommendations
Cave
“Great to see all the caves beneath the city. One entrance to the cave system is inside a shopping mall!”
10local recommendations
Nature Preserve
“ntre is an award winning Visitor and Education facility surrounded by the tranquil waters of the beautiful Attenborough Nature Reserve, owned and managed by Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.”
6local recommendations
Recreation Center
“Guests have participated in charity events as well as university rowing challenges at this national centre.”
2local recommendations
Park
“Literally just around the corner is The Arboretum, just five minutes’ walk. This was the first public park in Nottingham and it is still quite a popular attraction, alongside the botanical gardens there is a bird sanctuary. Another fine place to spend a summer’s day. ”
5local recommendations
Park
“Beautiful nature reserve with lovely riverside walks. Great spot for bird watchers. ”
6local recommendations
Field
2local recommendations
Park
“The park contains a pitch and putt course as well as an attractive tropical house. It is well worth a visit and is a good place for an early morning jog.”
2local recommendations
Forest
“Visit Sherwod Forest for a great day out in a national nature park. Hire a cycle and ride around the beautiful parklands. Visit the great oak. This is the home of the dandy highway man Robin Hood. This place is steeped in history and there is also a great visitors centre at Sherwood Forest where you can find all information about the history of the land your are walking on.”
2local recommendations
Park
“Left to the residents of Nottingham by Jesse Boot (the founder of Boots) this beautiful park is excellently maintained and hosts a number of facilities. Adventure Golf and Foot Golf Boating Lake with Boats for hire May - Sept Lakeside Arts Centre - coffee shop, exhibitions and more ALL FOR FREE”
3local recommendations
Park
“Large playing fields & playground. Park Run site. Home of the annual Goose Fair ”
2local recommendations
Field
“Pleasant riverside walk taking in Trent Bridge, Nottingham Forest FC and Trent Bridge Cricket Ground”
1local recommendations