Court Hey Park holds the prestigious Green Flag Award.
Visitor facilities and attractions include:
- Car parking
- Children's playground
- Cricket pitch
- Bowling green
- Sunken gardens
- Picnic area
- Wildflower and wetland habitats
- Gladstone's Roots Mansion House footprint
- Walking and cycling clubs
- Events and activities
- Friends of Court Hey Park.
- The park is accessible throughout
- ‘Work Out’ Green Gym
The park is open throughout the year. Entrances at Buttermere Road and Keswick Way are closed in the evenings.
How to get there
Court Hey Park
L16 3NA (Opens up in Google Maps).
Court Hey Park has several entrances on Roby Road, Thornton Road, Cheldwood Avenue, Buttermere Road and Keswick Way.
The Liverpool Loop Line passes close to Broadgreen Station. Once past this, continue to south for approx. a quarter of a mile, just after passing under a pedestrian bridge, turn left at the cross tracks. Turn left at the road and then left onto Chelwood Avenue at the end. Take the first right, and then turn left into the gate into Court Hey Park. Cycle storage is available in the courtyard.
See the cycle journey planner.
Broadgreen Station is a nine minute train journey from Liverpool Lime Street, and 39 minutes from Warrington. From Broad Green Station, Court Hey Park is a 20 minute walk.
Leave the station on the booking office side, turn left, cross at the top of Bowring Park Road and follow Bowring Road/Roby Road until Court Hey Park.
Alternatively, buses run from the station to the stops outside Court Hey.
A number of buses stop outside Court Hey on Roby Road.
Contact Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 for times of buses and trains or visit the Traveline website.
Court Hey Park is situated just off Junction 5 of the M62 - take the turn off for 'Knotty Ash' and follow the brown tourist signs. Free onsite parking is available.
Disability access information.