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Worden Park, Leyland

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  • This park has loads of things to see and do. Except they were nearly all closed. Was a Monday In June -railway, golf, craft shops all closed. We did attempt the maze -had fun but failed to find centre...  more »
  • This really is a lovely park. It has a great walking trail through the forests with streams and bridges etc. A lovely walled garden and also great picnic areas. The maze is great for the kids also. We...  more »
  • Lovely park & always well maintained we have found. Great to walk the dogs, worth noting for families though dogs are not allowed in the playground area. There are plenty of corners of Worden Park to ...  more »
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  • First visit and found it great. Lots of open spaces, 2 model train rides and the play area is fantastic for all ages. Extremely large and lots to do. Also has a small animal area and walled garden. The park also had its own maze. Not just a small one either, took us some time to get to the middle.
  • Great park covering a large area, recent extension to car park means you can usually find a space even on a busy weekend. Go on a Sunday or bank holiday when the miniature railway runs but there's lots of other things to do too, including a really well equipped play area, a maze and lots of open space for football or frisbee. The only thing that let's the park down are the poor toilet facilities, there are some but not well-kept
  • Great place for all the family, wonderful walks for dogs, great play area for children, a good maze to get lost in, even on a busy day you can fine a quiet corner, small but friendly cafe
  • Amazing place. All volunteer run and all free including parking. Two mini trains that you can ride for free but donations help keep it running which I was happy to do.
  • Great time there, playground, minature railway, crazy golf. My 9 yr old loved it. Be aware parking limited to 3 hours and wardens do come round.