Open 24 hours a day, all year round.
Facilities and things to do
- tea kiosk
- public toilets
- two tennis courts
- two bowling greens
- basketball court
- grass football pitch
- picnic tables and seating
- sensory area and play items
- picturesque murals and mosaic
- flower beds including ornamental grasses, roses and rockeries
The Friends of Meols Parade Gardens work with the council to develop and maintain the gardens.
Accessibility for people with disabilities
There are eight access points into the gardens. Six being are the road side and two on the seaward side.
The main entrance is between the two bowling greens near the Junction with Hoyle Road. Free on-street parking spaces are on Meols Parade.
There is good wheelchair access at the main entrance and from the seaward side. There is a double slope entrance at the sensory area of the gardens.