Nov 9, 2020

Best Parks In Dorset


Best parks in dorset

Whitecliff Recreation Ground Play area  Poole  Dorset

Whitecliff park was refurbished in May 2009 and is one of the largest play parks in Poole. It has a sandpit, climbing wall, climbing frame, swing, slide, witches hat, rope bridge, wooden bridge and a climbing net. Its surrounded by sea and playing fields. 

Moors Valley Country Park, Ringwood 

Moors Valley has 1000 acres of space and includes a number of play parks. They also have nature trails to keep the children entertained. They also have a Go Ape, Railway, cycling paths, fishing, battlefields and a lot more to keep you entertained. To find out more click here

Upton Country Park 

Upton Country Park has free Admission 7 days a week, but will be required to pay for parking. There is Tea Rooms, a grade 11 listed house which can be hired and used for events. A Gallery upstairs, above the tea room. This is run by volunteers from the Poole and East Dorset Art society and has a selection from Local professional and unprofessional artists. Children's play areas, dog walking and cycling paths. Click here to see what else is available. 

Poole Park  

Poole Park offers 2 children's play areas, a large pond with ducks and also the Rockley water sports who offer sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and rowing. There is also crazy gold. A children's soft play area ( The ark) Along with 2 places to eat (the ark cafe) - this is separate from the soft play and joins onto the arts and craft area and the Kitchen which is next too Scoops the Ice cream store. There are tennis courts to hire, cricket grass and artificial. There are 3 free car parks. Click here to find out more. 

Looking for some other fun ideas to do with the children outside? Click here to view some great ideas. 

Exploring Dorset Has some great ideas of things to do in Poole, click here to see what they recommend! 

If you are in West Lothian then why not read this blog about all the things you can do, especially with the children.


  1. Katie Jaques11/11/20 18:33

    I love Dorset, I really would lvoe to visit soon!

  2. Love visiting dorset - hopefully next spring

  3. Dorset is great, there is so much to do!


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