Queens Park, Crewe

From 1 April 2024 our Green Spaces Maintenance Standards policy comes into effect. To find out how this green space is maintained, view the full policy and maintenance schedules.

Victoria Avenue

*Postcode for Sat Nav purposes

Map location

Opening hours:
Open: 8am
Closing: March - 5.30pm / April 7.30pm / May 8pm / June - August 8.30pm / September 7.30pm / October 7pm / 2nd w/e October 5.30pm / November– February 4.30pm

Queens Park Lake View

Green Spaces for Wellbeing

The Green Spaces for Wellbeing programme is for adults aged 18 years and over and is designed around the ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’. Nature-based activities, held at sites including Queens Park, help prevent and tackle mental ill health, and support people with long-term health conditions. Find out more.

Facilities and information

  • Parklife at the Lakeside Pavilion, Spring/Summer opening hours from 9am – 6pm Monday - Friday. Saturday and Sunday 8.30am – 6pm
  • Enquiries phone: 01270 583162

  • Shanaze Reade BMX Track (opposite Tip Kinder Park)
  • Boating now available during the summer months - weekends, bank holidays and school holidays
  • Main entrance: Victoria Avenue
  • 3 other entrances on Queens Park Drive
  • Car Parking: Tip Kinder Park, Queens Park Drive
  • Area: 45 acres (Lake: 4.5.acres)
  • Toilets, including disabled and baby changing in lakeside pavilion.
  • Radar key holders at rear of games pavilion
  • Children’s play area, including wheelchair friendly roundabout – radar key required. (Wheelchair friendly swing is currently out of use).
  • Bug Hotel
  • Outdoor gym
  • Ornamental lake
  • Crown green bowling - email to book a bowling green. You will need to take your own bowls.
  • Boules
  • Refurbished lodges
  • Bandstand
  • Sustrans cycleway from Crewe to Nantwich, also known as King Shilling Way
  • Dedication celebration opening: 4 July 1887
  • Fishing - codes of conduct (PDF, 188KB)

Crewe - Queens Park


Contact us

Email ANSA Parks

Comment about a park or garden

0300 123 5011

Page last reviewed: 25 May 2023