Highfields Park, Nottingham

Local nameHighfields Park
LocationNottingham, United Kingdom

Highfields Park is Grade II listed park providing 121 acres of public space, in the west of Nottingham, England. It is owned and maintained by Nottingham City Council. It located alongside University Boulevard, adjoining the University of Nottingham's University Park campus. Due to its proximity to the university campus to the north, Highfields Park appears to be a part of the campus itself and therefore many refer to the whole area as University Park. There are historical ties between the park and the campus. The park contains a boating lake, complete with boats to hire throughout the summer months. The cascade and the stepping stones at the western end are Grade II listed. To the south of the lake the Tottle Brook, a tributary of the River Trent, flows on the surface, this brook is culverted for much of its length. At the eastern end there are children's play facilities and a pavilion with a cafe.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highfields_Park,_Nottingham

Coordinates 52°56'10.107" N -1°11'38.612" E

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