Halewood Park holds the prestigious Green Flag Award.
Visitor facilities and attractions include:
- Environment centre.
- Car parking
- Walking, cycling and conservation clubs.
- Wildflower, wetland and woodland habitats
- Events and activities
- Halewood volunteers
- The main footpath and cycle routes are accessible
- The park is open throughout the year
- The Environment Centre and toilets are open when green space rangers are on site
- 'Work Out' Green Gym
How to get there
L26 7WQ (Opens up in Google Maps).
The main entrance to Halewood Park is on Okell Drive. There are several other local pedestrian entrances on Higher Road, Abberley Road, Stanford Crescent, Hollies Road and Lydiate Lane.
The Trans Pennine Trail runs through Halewood Park. Cycle stands are available outside the Environment Centre.
Halewood Park is adjacent to Halewood Train Station on Hollies Road. Leave the station and cross Hollies Road and enter the Park through the pathway adjacent to the primary school.
A number of buses stop outside Halewood Park.
Contact Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 for times of buses and trains or visit the Traveline website.
Halewood Park is on Okell Drive. From Higher Road (A562) turn into Bailey’s Lane, take a left turn into Church Road and then a left turn at the small roundabout into Okell Drive. Free onsite parking is available.
Disability access information