Victoria Park is the oldest in Salisbury, dating back to 1887, and is the perfect location for sports, families, dog walkers, picnickers and those just looking for a beautiful area to relax in.
The southern part of the park has pretty flower beds, formal planting, shrubs and trees; a great location for taking some time out and enjoying relaxing on a bench or enjoying a stroll.
In the northern area of Victoria Park there is a large children’s play area with a park, sporting facilities, including a football pitch and a pavilion.
The park is also home to the Victoria Park Community Tennis Centre which is a joint venture between Victoria Park Tennis and Salisbury City Council’s Parks Department. They aim to provide a wide range of tennis activities and tennis coaching to all sections of the community on a pay and play or membership basis.
Opening Times - The park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Parking - There are two free car parks for park users; one off Castle Road and the other off Stratford Road.
Toilets - There are free public toilets including disabled toilets and baby changing facilities.
Accessibility - The park has a mixture of unsurfaced and tarmac paths, which are mainly flat with a few inclines. The majority of the park is grass.
Dogs - Dogs are welcome, but please make sure you clean up after them.
Management - Victoria Park is managed and cared for by Salisbury City Council.