Great parks for the elderly to visit near Chester

Here are five parks located around Chester, chosen by our Care Professionals, that are perfect for the elderly:

If you’re an elderly person living in Chester, there are many beautiful parks in the Chester area that offer great accessibility and facilities to make your visit enjoyable. Here are five parks located around Chester, chosen by our Care Professionals, that are perfect for the elderly:

Grosvenor Park

Situated in the heart of Chester, this park is easily accessible for the elderly. It has flat pathways (suitable for wheelchairs), plenty of benches, and a café that serves refreshments. It’s open every day from 7:30 am to dusk, and you can reach them at 01244 402041.

At Home Instead Chester, we value promoting independence and encourage our clients to stay active, and visiting Grosvenor Park is a great way to do that.

Find out more: https://www.visitcheshire.com/things-to-do/grosvenor-park-p32461

Countess of Chester Country Park

Named after the adjacent Countess of Chester Hospital. this park is located on the northern outskirts of Chester in Upton. It has facilities that are suitable for elderly people, with its level paths, benches, and disabled parking.

At Home Instead Chester, we value compassion, and visiting parks like this is a great way to show compassion to our elderly loved ones.

Address: Valley Dr, Chester CH2 1UL

Hours: Open 24 hours

Find out more: https://thelandtrust.org.uk/space/countess-of-chester-country-park/

Westminster Park

This park is situated in the southern suburbs of Chester and offers great facilities for elderly people. It has been awarded Green Flag status, which is the national benchmark for parks and open spaces. The park has level paths, benches, and a café that serves refreshments. It’s open every day from 8 am to dusk, and you can reach them at 01244 402041.

Address: Westminster Park is located off Hough Lane, Chester, CH4 8JQ.

There is ample parking and a central building providing café, toilets and changing facilities.

Find out more: https://www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/residents/leisure-parks-and-events/parks-and-open-spaces/parks-and-green-spaces-chester/westminster-park

Wepre Park

This park is located near Connah’s Quay, just a few miles from Chester in north Wales, and is a great place for elderly people to visit with their loved ones or their Care Professional. The park has level paths, benches, and disabled parking. It’s open every day from 8 am to 8 pm, and you can reach them at 01352 703900.

Find out more: https://www.gonorthwales.co.uk/things-to-do/wepre-park-p364321

Delamere Forest

A place of natural beauty, Delamere Forest is located just outside of Chester and is a great place for elderly people to enjoy nature. The park has level paths, benches, and disabled parking. It’s open every day from 8 am to 8 pm during summer and 8am to 5pm in winter months.

There’s  also the Delamere Forest Café which offers a wide range of food and drinks. You can reach them at 0300 067 4340.

Find out more: https://www.forestryengland.uk/delamere-forest

Summary

At Home Instead Chester, we value promoting independence, compassion, building relationships, trust, and integrity, and our Care Professionals find visiting these parks supports all of these values.

The parks listed here offer great accessibility and facilities that make them perfect for elderly people to visit.