Parks & Open Spaces
We have recently opened a number of play areas in the city. Click here to view the list of play areas now open as well as guidelines to follow when visiting.
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.
Salisbury City Council takes great pride in these areas and is dedicated to keeping the City green and in bloom throughout the year.
Parks in Salisbury
Salisbury City Council manages and maintains the three main parks in Salisbury: Churchill Gardens, Queen Elizabeth Gardens & Victoria Park.
Salisbury City Council is currently reviewing the management and development needs of the parks, open spaces, play areas and allotment sites in Salisbury. As a part of this, we have drawn up dedicated plans for a number of the sites listed above. Please contact us on 01722 342867 for more detailed information.
Other open spaces
Additionally, Salisbury has a variety of green spaces offering further opportunities for sport or just taking a little time out. The largest of these spaces are Hudson’s Field; Wyndham Park Open Space; Harnham Recreation Ground; Middle Street Meadow; Bourne Hill Gardens; The Greencroft; and the Ashley Road Open Space and Fisherton Recreation Ground.
Play Areas Sports Walls and Skateparks
Salisbury City Council is responsible for approximately 33 children’s play areas and sports walls in and around the city.
Nature reserves and Wildflower areas
Salisbury City Council are working to increase the Wildflower areas in Salisbury. For further details please click here.
Fees for the Use of Open Spaces
For all fees for use of parks and open spaces, please click here
Keeping our Parks and Open Spaces tidy
We are responsible for keeping the city’s parks and green spaces clean and tidy – this includes emptying the bins in the parks.
To report full bins, litter or fly-tipping in our parks please contact us on 01722 342860 firstname.lastname@example.org
Residential & Commerical refuse collection is dealt with by Wiltshire Council 01722 434319 email@example.com
Found a discarded shopping trolley in the City? Please report it via http://www.trolleywise.co.uk/