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Enjoy some
time outside

Salisbury is fortunate to be home to a number of parks, green spaces and children’s play areas, which provide residents and visitors opportunities for sport, leisure and recreation.

With dog walking paths, sports pitches, parkour, picnic areas and more, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

We take great pride in our parks and open spaces and are dedicated to keeping the City green and in bloom throughout the year.

We manage and maintain three large parks in Salisbury: Churchill Gardens, Queen Elizabeth Gardens & Victoria Park.

Please use the map below to find out more about our parks and play areas, as well as information on their facilities.


The parkour park at Churchill Gardens is a great opportunity to get outdoors, get active and healthier in a fun and social way and is suitable for all ages and abilities.

A great place to jump, duck obstacles, climb and hang, and practice your acrobatic moves!


You can find a number of skate parks in Salisbury for a range of ability levels. Suitable for scooters, skateboards and BMX. Our skate parks can be found at:

  • Churchill Gardens
  • Bishopdown Open Space
  • Western Way

Sports Pitches and Sports Walls

Salisbury has a series of sports walls and sports pitches with safe, modern, attractive facilities for people to enjoy basketball, football and cricket.

Use the map below to view their locations. Click the blue markers for sports walls and green markers for sports pitches.

Please contact us if you would like to book a sports pitch for either a one-off game, or if you represent a team and you would like to book a pitch for the season.

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Salisbury River

Salisbury City Council is working with Wiltshire Council and the Environment Agency on the Salisbury River Park project.

Located in central Salisbury and covering land at Ashley Road Open Space, Fisherton Recreation Ground, the Maltings and Central Car Park, the scheme will…

Reduce flood risk to existing homes and businesses
Create wildlife corridors and improve biodiversity by connecting fragmented green spaces
Improve the recreational and amenity value of the area
Enable regeneration of key development sites

For more details on the initiative, click the link below.

Would you like to hire one of our parks and open spaces?

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