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  1. Open all year round.
    Facilities include: Haigh Hall Venue Nature trails and Woodlands Craft Gallery which holds craft classes Playground for children of all ages Crazy Golf Adventure Activities are available for groups through the Wardens Conservation Task Days Haigh Hall Golf Complex Haigh High Ropes Kitchen Courtyard Open…
    School LaneHaighWIGANWN2 1PE
  2. Open all year round.
    A nature reserve and coarse fishery, Orrell Water Park is open all-year round for residents, visitors and day ticket fishing. Beautiful woodland surrounds two disused reservoirs and is home to a diverse group of birds and insects, with over 100 bird species and a wide…
    Lodge RoadOrrellWIGANWN5 7AT
  3. Open all year round.
    Pennington Flashes (LNR) is part of an impressive country park. The lake and surrounding marshland are home to a diverse group of mammals, birds and insects, including 5 RSPB red listed birds and the protected water vole. The main nature reserve features a number of…
    Off St. Helens RoadLEIGHWN7 3PA
  4. Borsdane Wood is Wigan's first Local Nature Reserve filled with wildlife, flowers and trees are all protected so people can enjoy them all year round. There is a footpath running the whole length with benches to sit on and simply take it all in at…
    At the end of Hindley Mill LaneHindleyWIGANWN2 4BT
  5. Open all year round
    The fifteen acres on which Alexandra Park is laid out, were given by Colonel Hollinshead Blundell. The park was opened by Colonel Blundell in April 1903. When the Colonel died three years later a monument to him was erected in the park. Amenities included two…
    NewtonWIGANWN5 9BN
  6. Jubilee Park on the way to Ashton is one of the most beautiful and well kept small parks in the borough. Facilities include a pavilion and toilets, tennis and basket ball courts, grass pitches play areas, woodland area and a formal flower park.  
    Wigan RoadAshton-in-MakerfieldWIGANWN4 9BH
  7. Open all year round
    A pretty community park with play areas, tennis courts, bowling greens and a band stand. Events take place in the park throughout the year, including a popular Last Night of the Proms event in September.  
    St Helens RoadLEIGHWN7 3UA
  8. The Leyland Park is a beautiful and well kept small park with facilities including playing fields, playground, bandstand, tennis courts and football pitches.  
    Park RoadHindleyWIGANWN2 3RX
  9. Beacon Country Park is West Lancashire District Council's main countryside site, consisting of over 300 acres of rolling countryside on the slopes of Ashurst Beacon which forms a backdrop to the town of Skelmersdale. There is space to walk, run, ride horses or bicycles, fly…
    Beacon LaneUphollandWIGANLANCASHIREWN8 7RU
  10. Amberswood and Low Hall were created as a result of mining, but today are areas rich in wildlife and ready to be explored. Amberswood is a 160 hectare nature reserve at the heart of Greenheart. The area consists of a series of small lakes, ponds,…
    Moss LanePlatt BridgeWIGANWN2 3TQ

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