The layout of the park is very simple. There are loads to do and see, my favourite part is the urban gardens. On a sunny day its worth a visit!
Terrible park I hate it, I only like cartright hall it was good I disliked the park but cartright hall was good
Visited on a Sunday afternoon. Been past many times but never been here. Why did we wait so long? This park has something for everybody and though we were there for a good 2-3 hours I didn't see every thing. The grandkids loved the two play areas, one for pre-school and the other for those older. There is a large... More
This park is so under rated by people. It's one of the best parks I've seen and I've never come across any trouble. It's always relaxing although the swings section gets really packed in Summer and school hols. I've took the kids to the gardens part of the park and there is a little stream there with loads of trees,... More
the park is worth a stroll around. There is a boating lake and an outdoor café, which is not always open. The childrens playground is excellent. There are water features around the Cartwright Hall, which houses the artwork, and changing displays. It is free. Cartwright Hall is a lovely old stone building.
We were attracted to Lister Park when I looked it up and found it had a Green Flag Award, a lake, botanical gardens and a cafe! Although it is an area of green space it is disappointing for a number of reasons. The nearest disabled car parking is outside Cartmel House and there is a long descent down to the... More
Has something for everyone. Wonderful layout, beautiful gardens, boating lake with cafe, wildlife, basketball courts, bowling greens. Everything well described and explained on signs. Special quiet areas and geological interest. Cartwell Hall had an art exhibition on during our stay and a wedding was taking place. Cars are allowed in designated areas.
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