Preston is a city in Lancashire. It’s popular due to couple of reasons. One of them is UCLAN (University of central Lancashire) each year thousands of students come to study here. Other reasons of its popularity include Mosques and Halal food restaurants in Deepdale area which has large Muslim community.
There are couple of famous and unique parks Parks in Preston. I recommend these three that you must visit:
Some unique parks of Preston
This is the largest and most unique park in Preston with lots of walking trails and flower gardens. It is also called Miller’s Park and has toilets and shops in it. Some of the parts are restored old Victorian style, which makes it historical. One of the side touches the river Ribble which enhance its beauty. It has a Japanese garden which is a place full of joy. Rockeries and riverside walks gives a taste of nature. This is the best place to spend a day with friends and families.
Another Large and the oldest park Preston is located in the middle of the city and touches different sides of Preston. Full wood, Deep and Ribbleton, and Garstang road. One side is facing a stadium where football matches take place.
It has a children’s play area, a little exercise area, and a walking area besides lots of greenery. An artificial lake is contracted in it to make it more attractive.
The Third oldest park in Preston is Haslam Park. It has an avenue with tree to walk along, which appeals to the eyes with a lake and pond which increases its beauty. Sensory garden has these plants which gives an experience of smell, sight, sound and touch sense and there is a kids play area too. It has tennis courts and a football ground for some sport activities.
It has beautiful Lancaster Lake alongside which leads to the secret paths opening to different areas of Preston.