At Ashton's Field in Walkden, Salford, the meandering pathways provide a scenic green corridor for walkers and cyclists and the rich grassland is a great place for children to play, whilst an area of heathland provides a haven for wildlife, especially butterflies and birds.
There are benches to sit on and relax and a lock system installation, which is reference to the underground canal system which was the park's past identity.
This park is a haven in the middle of a busy urban setting, with links to the Linnyshaw Loopline - part of the green corridor network in Salford.
Countess of Chester Country Park brings the countryside closer to the city, providing visitors with the opportunity to enjoy natural and peaceful surroundings as they wander around the park’s pathways.
Port Sunlight River Park has been transformed from a closed landfill site to a 28-hectare park providing a popular community space with an array of walkways, wildlife, wildflowers and a wetlands area. Simply put, it's a place for the public to reap the rewards of the great outdoors!