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The park itself is only a few years old so everything is fairly young, it's got limited parking but a few different entrances
Walks are fairly good with a virility of path types from smooth Raman to gravel to wildlife tracks though the trees, maybe...More
Ideal for a brisk walk plenty of paved areas as well as non paved areas we came invia carpark which is small. A map at the parking area would be helpful we found one in the centre of the park. The wildlife area was interesting
Myself, my 13 year old son and my 9 year old daughter cycle here quite often. It has a loverly stretch of cycle paths and walk ways. The lakes are great and have some wild life on them. We often take bread to feed the...More
This is a fairly new park trees are just taking hold as it has only been open a short time walks around site give views of the local Mining history by way of metal works this was the site of Lambton Cokeing plant. Wildlife is...More
As I live close by Elba park, we often as a family of 5, go for a walk around Elba Park and fees the ducks and also it allows the children to ride their bikes where there are no roads.
The scenery is beautiful and...More
This park has so much potential but its been sadly neglected.
All you will see here are dog walkers, grass often over grown and dry.
little beck that is filthy dirty.
dont waste your time going out your way to visit here.