Oak Hill Park – BB5 2BN
Oak Hill Park is one of the largest parks within the borough and is located between Manchester Road and Hollins Lane in Accrington.
Haworth Park – BB5 2JS
One of the borough’s premier visitor attractions is set within the grounds of Haworth Park which is located off Hollins Lane.
Gatty Park – BB5 4AE
A compact park located off Hyndburn Road which hosts a childrens play area, bowling green and ornamental planting.
Milnshaw Park – BB5 4SD
Located off Lancaster Avenue in Accrington, Milnshaw Park consists of a children’s play area, outdoor gym, pump track, a Multi-Use Games Area and 2 bowling greens.
Peel Park and Coppice – BB5 6UG
Located at the top of Avenue Parade in Accrington, Peel Park consists of a children’s play area, tennis courts and a Multi-Use Games Area.
Bullough Park – BB5 0LW
Located off Willows Lane in Accrington, Bullough Park comprises of a children’s play area, sports pitches, and a Multi-Use Games Area, with access to the local countryside.
Mercer Park – BB5 5HT
Mercer Park is located to the west of Whalley Road in Clayton-Le-Moors at the end of Sparth Road and consists of a range of popular features for all of the family.
Memorial Park – BB6 7PT
Located on Church Lane in Great Harwood, Memorial Park is elevated with excellent views north towards Pendle Hill.
Lowerfold Park – BB6 7NS
Located at the end of Lowerfold Road, Lowerfold Park comprises of a large children’s play area, a Multi-Use Games Area, tennis court and a bowling green.
Cutwood Park – BB1 4ET
Adjacent to Rishton Reservoir off Blackburn Road, the park has a children’s play area, woodland and more open formal grassland areas.
Rhyddings Park – BB5 3AR
Consists of a kitchen garden and community run café, a large children’s play area, a Multi-Use Games Area, a bowling green, a formal garden and a woodland garden. The park can be found next to Park Lane and Fielding Lane in Oswaldwistle.
Leaflet of the parks in Borough
All the parks are featured in a colour leaflet. Available as a download.