Morecambe has a wealth of parks and open spaces on its doorstep. Whether it be a peaceful picnic on the grass or play equipment to entertain the children, there is no shortage of either.
Happy Mount Park which is situated at the far East End of Morecambe Promenade is a traditional park dating back to the 1920’s has an array of activities for the whole family, these include; a woodland adventure play park, crazy golf, seasonal splash park, mini train and other rides, trampolines, indoor soft play area, putting green, swing boats, gardens, picnic area, floodlit multi-purpose pitch for tennis, basketball, five-a-side football, roller hockey and a crown green bowling green.
Once you have had a go at the many activities there is a Cafe on sight and Ice Cream Van (seasonal) for you to refuel.
Some areas within the park are currently under regeneration therefore the activities listed above may change slightly. For further details about the regeneration and other information about the park including what on in the park and opening times, please click the link below:
Running alongside the Promenade towards the West End there are a further two play areas and surrounded by landscaping, on e almost opposite Morecambe Town Hall and the other in central Morecambe near the Eric Morecambe Statue.
At the West End of the promenade you will find the West End Gardens with water features beautifully cultivated shrubs and plenty of benches for you to relax and take in the sea air. Adjacent gardens is a play area for children aged up to 15 years.
Moving further in land about half a mile, still in the West End of Morecambe you will come across Regent Park, yet another park filled with activities for all ages. From crown green bowling, picnic areas, play park and an all weather multi games area.
To see a map of all the parks and open spaces in the area please visit the Lancaster City Council website by following the link below: