Victoria Park is a large Victorian park with large grassy areas and a children’s play area. The park has 3 separate play areas, 1 on the northern end of Nutgrove Avenue, 1 at St Lukes Road and 1 at Fraser Street.
The park has multiple little wooden climbing equipment around at the greens. At St Lukes Road there is a basketball field with fencing and outside another practicing basket. There is also a wooden climbing frame which has swinging steps, rope bridges, etc. and this has fencing around it. The Fraser Street playground had a slide and multiple swings for both toddlers and older children.
This playground also has a small skate, rollerblade and BMX area with some ramps. The playground on the northern end of Nutgrove Avenue offers the most variety of equipment and is more suitable for younger children. The area is fenced off and includes a slide, swings for toddlers and older children, turning equipment, climbing frames, a seesaw and more.
Outside of the fence are 2 ping pong tables and the toilet facilities are located here. The park is very hilly and may be very challenging for people with disabilities and wheelchair users.
There is no on-site parking, but possible street parking. A bus ride from the city centre will take about 15 to 20 minutes and a ride by car approximately 10 minutes. A walk from the city centre takes around 25 minutes and this park is very close to Bedminster Train Station and could be an alternative way of traveling.
Victoria Park is open at all times and is free to enter.
*Timings are correct at time of publication, please check bristol.gov.uk for the latest updates.