Parks and Peak District across South Yorkshire and Derbyshire...

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Sheffield

Sheffield is a city with lots of parks and green space waiting for you to explore...

Botanical Gardens

A beautiful haven to explore or have a picnic in the sunshine. Accessible via 81/82

More information: Sheffield Botanical Gardens Trust (sbg.org.uk)

Address: Clarkehouse Road, Broomhall, Sheffield, S10 2LN


Heeley City Farm

Heely Farm has a lovely selection of farmyard animals to view and pet, there's also a lovely cafe too on site. Accessible via 11, 18/18a

More information: Home | Heeley City Farm | England (heeleyfarm.org.uk)

Address: Richards Road, Sheffield, S2 3DT


Millhouses Park

Millhouses Park is a beautiful park with a boating lake and lots of sporting facilities, playground area and cafe. Accessible via 81/82.

More information: Millhouses Park | Sheffield City Council

Address: Abbeydale Road, Sheffield, S17 3LA


Graves Park

Graves Park is a lovely park with playgrounds, sports facilities, an animal farm and cafe. A lovely park for a picnic or a nice stroll. Accessible via 18/18 and 20

More information: Graves Park, Sheffield (welcometosheffield.co.uk)

Address: Graves Park, Hemsworth Road, Sheffield, S8 8LL


Peace Gardens

Located in the city centre is a lovely place to sit and relax, with beautiful water features and fountains. Accessible via all city centre services.

More information: The Peace Gardens | Sheffield City Council

Address: Pinstone Street, Sheffield, S1 2HH


Clifton Park and Museum (Rotherham)

Clifton Park is a lovely park with lots of picnic areas, a big playground and a museum just next door! Accessible via 115 and 116.

More information: Homepage – Clifton Park and Museum

Address: Clifton Lane, Rotherham, S65 2AA


Doncaster

Doncaster, now a city is a great place to explore and has lots offer lovely parks to explore.

Sandall Park

Sandall Park is a lovely place to explore with a beautiful lake, football pitches, picnic areas, playground and a cafe. Accessible via 384/384a, 387/387a and 388.

More information: Sandall Park, Wheatley - City of Doncaster Council

Address: Sandall Park, Doncaster, DN2 5DZ


Elmfield Park

Elmfield Park is a great place for a stroll with beautiful scenery and busting wildlife, it has plenty of picnic areas, a playground, and sporting facilities. Accessible via 358 and 359.

More information: Elmfield Park, Hyde Park - City of Doncaster Council

Address: 178 Carr House Road, DN1 2BD


Cantley Park

Cantley Park is home to a great skate park, playground for juniors and toddlers, three and a half mile trail and sporting facilities. Accessible via 367/357a

More information: Cantley Park - City of Doncaster Council

Address: Cantley Park, Aintree Avenue, Doncaster, DN4 6HR


Derbyshire

With the peaks, lovely village pubs and great places to go for a nice walk or picnic - Derbyshire is a great place to visit!

Peak Cavern

Explore the largest natural cave entrance in Castleton accessible via our 272 service. They even host cinema nights inside the cave!

More information: Peak Cavern – The Devil's Arse!

Address: Peak Cavern Road, Hope Valley, S33 8WS.


Castleton

Castleton is a beautiful place to visit and is home to lovely scenery, walks and quaint village shops and pubs. Accessible via our 272 service.


Hope and Bamford and Fox House

These are great places for a nice family walk around the peak district, accessible via our 272 service.


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