Hengrove Park is a large open space that includes the biggest free Play park in the south of England (4 acres!), plus a Wheels park for BMX riders and skateboarders! It is open all year and free to visit.
Kids will absolutely love the epic Play Park, with something to amuse all ages.
There is a Sand and Water play area for younger children (under 1m in height) to enjoy, with water features, sandpit, plus buckets and spades! The Toddler’s Area also has a sandpit, plus a playhouse, baby swings, safety slide, a pirate ship and more!
For those wanting to relax or maybe shoot some hoops, there is a Ball Games and Chill Out zone, and the more active kids will love the Challenge zone, with climbing pyramid, fireman’s pole, climbing wall, and giant hamster wheel to name but a few features! There is also a 12m Jungle Dome, with a world of tunnels, slides, webs and suspended cages to explore, and a Teen zone with a 20m zip slip, spinning discs, plus a Mobilus (a seesaw for those with strong stomachs!).
The Wheels park is suitable for BMXs, rollerblades, and skateboards, and has a good combination of half pipes, rails, ramps, boxes and bowls. There are also plenty of spaces to relax and enjoy the scenery (or watch your kids play), plus a number of picnic tables to use if you want to bring some lunch.
Telephone: 0117 922 3719
Free to visit! Opening Times: 2016 Opening Details:
Hengrove park area is open all year round.
Hengrove play park
10am to 7pm (April to end September)
10am to dusk (October to end March)
10am to 6pm, weekends and bank holidays (all year round)
The Wheels park is open all year round although the floodlights go off at 10pm. There is only someone on site whilst the Play park is open.
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