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Verulamium Park, St. Albans

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TripAdvisor
  • Great field, lots of space, can imagine this gets very busy at weekend. lots of activities area if thats what you want. Crazy golf, volley ball, football grounds and some exercise equipment, basketbal...  more »
  • The park is beautiful, pond no longer look as health though. I find going there on Saturdays a chore. I tend to take the kids first thing in the morning to get a peaceful morning walk.  more »
  • Walking your dog? going for a run? Checking out the 2000 year old Roman Wall (from Verulamium). Checking out the Roman mosaics, playing with the kids in the playground, playing tennis, enjoying the sp...  more »
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  • The park in itself is great and gets 5 out 5 it is so big family oriented and all the people had a good vibe. The water park for the kids is fantastic. They have toilets situated around the park and a lovely big pond to watch the wildlife, and big fields to walk around or play games. They had bouncy castles and other going on too. The only downside is parking. The main car park is too small and there is no parking near its all resident parking it took us and others about an hour to find somewhere with other people giving up and going home. They should have signs of where to park or make more parking available to visitors.
  • Lovely lake to walk around with larger grounds to explore. There is also a large playground, basketball nets. Footbal nets.
  • Large open areas, famous for some of the Roman ruins within its boundary. Large lakes and the river Ver runs along its north edge. Large selection of wildfowl and we walked by a Heron. Also a sports centre, 9 hole public golf course and sports pitches. great place for a walk in most weathers.
  • Lovely park to wander around, it is a shame that the lake is bunged up and smelly at the moment but once it clears up it will be back to its beautiful norm. There are tennis and basketball courts as well as a mini golf and beach volley ball taken from the 2012 Lndon Olympics (its great on a sunny day)
  • This park lies on top of the British Roman city of Verulamium, which is safely underground, except for a few parts including a Roman house with a mosaic floor and a Roman wall. A museum with the results of the excavation of Verulamium is nearby. The park also contains a water park for kids and a canal with waterbirds.