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Jubilee Park, Fangfoss – a Lovely Rural Park

Jubilee Park, Fangfoss – a Lovely Rural Park

Jubilee Park, Fangfoss is a hidden gem of a park. When I say hidden, I mean it pretty literally too. It can be found at the very bottom of a lane in Fangfoss. We visited on a dull day so the photos are not great. I always think though, that if it isn’t actually raining we are winning!

You can’t park at the bottom of the land either, you need to leave your car at the top and walk down (I think this was the agreement when the park was built, there are farm vehicles that need the space for turning).

What’s There?

When you get yourself down there though, it is worth it. There are climbing frames and swings, and a large grassed area for ball games and tig. They also gave my kids’ favourite, a zip wire.

This year they have added some lovely large picnic tables that seat eight at a time, which is perfect for chatting parents as well while the kids play. It’s worth noting that there are no toilets at the park.

Directions to Jubilee Park, Fangfoss

Opposite the school on the main road there is a pub called The Carpenters Arms. As you look at the pub there is a road to the right. Jubilee Park is at the bottom of there. Take a flask and a picnic 🙂

Jubilee Park, Fangfoss does not have it’s own website, but you can see lots of info from the people who help keep it lovely on Facebook here.

Also have a look at my review of Dunnington Park.

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