Wirral Council public parks remain open for people to use for exercise, however visitor centres remain closed. It is vital that visits to any of our parks follow the latest government rules, particularly those on social distancing.
West Kirby Marine Lake walkway
The walkway around West Kirby Marine Lake continues to being trialled as a one-way path.
The trial follows requests and feedback from residents and will last for six weeks. It will be reviewed in line with COVID-19 government guidance.
Path users can enter at Dee Lane and walk anticlockwise around the lake, exiting at Sandy Lane.
Social distancing remains crucial and signage has been installed along the walkway to inform you of the new one-way system as well as a reminder to follow social distancing. If the walkway is busy, consider visiting at a quieter time or come back another day.
Outdoor facilities that are open include:
Wirral Sailing Centre and West Kirby Marine Lake (for those with their own equipment and licence)
All four municipal golf courses (Hoylake, The Warren, Brackenwood and Arrowe Park)
Football facilities at Leasowe, Guinea Gap, The Oval and Wirral Tennis Centre
Tennis facilities at The Oval, Wirral Tennis Centre and in public parks
Crown bowling greens
All facilities should be used in line with government guidance and the advice from governing bodies for these sports.