North Wirral Coastal Park (England) Reviews
Description:The North Wirral Coastal Park is a linear park based on the route of the coastline embracing public open space, common ... more
Newest Review: ... and third Sunday of every month from 12:00 to 16:00. Built in 1763, it stands 110 feet high and is the oldest brick-built lighthouse in Britain. The beach at Leasowe Bay is worth a visit as unlike most of the beaches of the park, it is not completely covered at high tide. Here, a lovely sandy cove, sheltered by the sea wall on one side and a massive groyne on the other gives children a safe ... more
Customer North Wirral Coastal Park (England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/11/09 (Very useful, 290 readings)
North Wirral Coastal Park is the largest, and possibly the best park on the Wirral peninsular. This is a linear park, following the coastline for four miles from New Brighton at the edge of the Mersey estuary to Dove Point in Meols. Managed by the Wirral Ranger Service, the park is operated with people and leisure activities in mind. Angling, sailing, walking, bird watching, swimming, and horse riding are all catered for as well as of course, simply messing about on the shore. The park is easy to get to, leave the M53 at junction 2 onto the A551. After a mile or so, you arrive at Leasowe Common car park, where there is free parking for about 100 ... Read the complete review
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