The Otterspool Promenade
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Great to borrow city bike and ride along the river from Albert docks to the south
Lovely riverside Park with flat cycling paths, children's play area, ropeclimbing, cafes, restaurants, nice views of River Mersey.
Popular for kite flying & biking, this dog-friendly riverside walk offers a playground & skate park.
Otterspool is absolutely stunning and gives you a perfect view across the Mersey over to Wirral. There is a cafe, restaurant and adventure playground for children as well as a free outdoor gym facility and some stunning walking trails with the Mersey front leading all the way into the Albert Dock at…
This is one of my favourite places to come with friends and family. There's an adventure ground nearby for kids, nice for strolls or just sit and enjoy if you're lucky enough to have good weather.
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