Church Road, St George, Bristol - BS5

Are you looking for a peaceful and relaxing spot to read, have a picnic, walk your dog, or simply unwind?

St. George Park is the perfect destination for you. With abundant green spaces and a serene lake, it is home to various fish and birds, including a thriving squirrel community and nesting birds. Whether you prefer sitting on a bench or relaxing on the grass, you'll find peace and tranquillity here.

Planning a family day out?

St. George Park has got you covered. A large children's playground features swings, a rope obstacle course, and even a slide that imitates a dragon. Afterwards, take a break at the charming café kiosk located in the central part of the park. Don't worry about restroom access as the park provides toilet facilities with disabled access from 8 am to 6 pm.

Or do you prefer to be active?

Nothing is easier, there is a large concrete skate park with many ramps and pools for amateur as well as professional skating. Right next to it, there is a floodlit basketball court, tennis courts, and ping pong tables.  People also have fun in the green areas playing football, volleyball, or throwing the Frisbee.


Admission and opening times

There is no charge for admission. St George Park is open at all times.


The car park is now free and open to all

Disabled access

St George Park is accessible for wheelchairs.

Facilities and features

  • dog-free playground
  • lake with ducks and swans
  • large wheels park for BMX, skateboards, and scooters
  • tennis courts
  • bowling green, where St George Bowling Club and Bristol Omnibus Bowling Club are based
  • original Victorian entrance
  • seasonal attendant
  • cafe kiosk with an outdoor seating area
  • toilets including disabled access

St George Park cafe

Find out about the Bake Box cafe at St George Park.

Toilet opening times

The toilets are open daily from 8 am to 6 pm.


Under the park bye-laws, you can't fish in St George Park lake.

You can fish in other parks and green spaces, with a line or net, but in some of them you need a permit or licence,

so it's best if you check the information on the local council website.

Community support

The Friends of St George Park is a community group that supports the park.

For more information or to join visit the Friends of St George Park website


St George park, Bristol