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Best Parks To Go To This Autumn In Preston

List of the best parks and nature reserves around Preston

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1. Brockholes Nature Reserve

Brockhole Nature Reserve is about a 14 minute car ride away from Preston town centre but offers lots of chances for you to get close to nature. You can take a stroll by the River Ribble, explore the woods or enjoy the lakes on site on a crisp autumn day.

Brockhole Nature Reserve is about a 14 minute car ride away from Preston town centre but offers lots of chances for you to get close to nature. You can take a stroll by the River Ribble, explore the woods or enjoy the lakes on site on a crisp autumn day.

2. Avenham and Miller Park

This park is situated in the centre of Preston and is one of our favourite's when we want to get away from the buzzing town. It has a Japanese garden, river and plenty of woodland areas to explore.

This park is situated in the centre of Preston and is one of our favourite's when we want to get away from the buzzing town. It has a Japanese garden, river and plenty of woodland areas to explore.

3. Moor Park

Moor park is just a ten minute walk from the town centre and is Preston's largest and oldest park. It hold's a variety of sports, play and exercise facilities, a observatory and a small lake at the back.

Moor park is just a ten minute walk from the town centre and is Preston's largest and oldest park. It hold's a variety of sports, play and exercise facilities, a observatory and a small lake at the back.

4. Haslam Park

This park is easy to get too and is just 6 minute car journey away from the University. It is prefect for a day out with plenty of footpaths, tennis courts, games area and picnic areas.

This park is easy to get too and is just 6 minute car journey away from the University. It is prefect for a day out with plenty of footpaths, tennis courts, games area and picnic areas.

5. Beacon Fell

To get to Beacon Fell you will need a port of transport as it is about a 20 minute drive away from town but offers a huge area of woodland, grassland and moorland with spectacular views. It has loads of trails that you can do to give a different sight every time you visit.

To get to Beacon Fell you will need a port of transport as it is about a 20 minute drive away from town but offers a huge area of woodland, grassland and moorland with spectacular views. It has loads of trails that you can do to give a different sight every time you visit.

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