St Andrews Park Bristol
Off of Effingham Road or Sommerville Road
Near Gloucester Road
St Andrews Park isn’t central, but it is only a 15-20 minute bus journey from Central Bristol on the well serviced 75/76 route. Nearest stop is the old swimming baths, now home to Bishopston Library.
It’s a traditional Victorian park in one of the most affluent areas of Bristol.
It has a dog-free children’s play area, with sand, climbing frames and plenty of seating area.
It is most well-known for having a children’s paddling pool, which is open from the first May bank holiday of the year through to September.
The park does still have public toilets – the kind you really don’t want to touch anything in – open Monday to Sunday: 8.15am to 6.15pm.
It’s a lovely park, well worth the trudge, but best very early in the morning before the masses descend.
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