The orchard is made up of rare and unusual varieties of apple trees.
It is managed in partnership with Grange Civic Society and the Northern Fruit Group. An information leaflet has been produced by the Civic Society and is available from Victoria Hall in Grange.
Situated on Main Street in Grange-over-Sands it has links to the woodland walk in Yewbarrow Wood and Hampsfell.
The gardens and pond form a beautiful Victorian influenced vista, with a fountain at the heart.
There is a an unusual wildfowl population as well interesting shrub borders and evergreens.
The park is a flood relief system which is why the water rises and falls.
The gardens are close to the Main Street car park and railway station.
Park Road Gardens is an attractive, well maintained ornamental park, just outside the centre of Grange-over-Sands.
There are trees, lawns and a sensory garden. The central feature is the Edwardian bandstand, erected in 1904.
These gardens are maintained with the support of Grange Civic Society.
The promenade dates back to Victorian times and is next to the railway line and station. It has a walkway of beautiful plants and magnificent views over Morecambe Bay.
- tennis courts
- bowling greens
- croquet lawns
- basketball courts
- children's play areas
This park can be accessed from the south end of the Promenade and Yew Tree Road. It has a play area, football pitch and tennis courts.
For further information on any of these facilities, enquire at:
Grange Town Council
Telephone: 01539 534026