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We spent a lovely couple of hours exploring Alice Park. There are a variety of trees and plants, paths to follow, play area, tennis courts and cafe.
We found a fascinating plaque commemorating a local historic house for suffragettes.
This is a place to go for the whole day and you don't have to drive far to get there!
There a park for all ages, swings and climbing stuff as well as a sand pit . There's also a massive green area for footy...More
Alice park is a little local gem: if you're on the eastern side of Bath and want somewhere to take the kids, this is it.
It has an enclosed play area with a sandpit, plus climbing frames/swings etc.
There are tennis courts up at the...More
Found this park through trip advisor and was shocked to know that i have been driving past park for 20+ years and never knew it was there! We, as a family found the park and grounds really good, and they day we went they had...More
Alice Park is an 8 acre park situated at the junction of Gloucester Road and London Road (the A4) at the eastern end of Bath. It has some tennis courts, a children's playground and a cafe with very limited indoor seating and some outdoor seating...More
We are lucky in bath to have lots of great parks however this has to be one of my favourites. It can be used by people of all ages. They have an in closed play area with some seating. Acres of open grass and a...More
My little ones had a lovely time on the play equipment the is lots of activities for then to do such as slides, sand, swings, climbing frame. A big grass area to play on and path with a little round about for bikes! Loved it...More
The park itself is okay, but it could do with some more trees and plants as is mainly open grass land. There is only one path that leads up to the pond which is very smelly and full of litter. tennis courts are dilapidated etc....More