The park is open 24 hours. There are no formal car parks or toilets - car parking being restricted to local roads adjacent to access points.
Things to do
- accessing nature
- dog walking
- children's play area
Reasons to visit
Dawstone Park is situated on the westerly slopes of the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary. The park is a well-appointed park with flower beds and children’s play area with views of the Dee Estuary and the Welsh Hills.
- picnic tables
- children’s play area
- flower beds
- well surfaced paths
- litter bins
- information cabinet
- notice boards
- sloping south facing topography
- views of Dee Estuary and Welsh Hills
- War Memorial (sits just outside the park and is managed by Wirral Council’s Business Services, asset surveyor, war memorials)
The Friends of Dawstone Park work alongside the council to develop and maintain the gardens. Find out more about the Friends of Dawstone Park and what they offer.
Accessibility for people with disabilities
Due to the sloping nature and steep gradients of the park wheelchair access is challenging. However, the well surfaced paths and the plentiful seating do make the park ideal for elderly visitors or visitors with mobility issues.