Southampton has over 50 parks and green open spaces that range from small, locally used green areas to large, nationally recognised Sites of Special Scientific Interest, therefore as one of the greenest cities in the UK, Southampton has plenty of outdoor places in which to relax or go walking.
Find out about Park Events that are planned in Southampton, from the City Council website
Central Parks have been awarded a national Green Flag, Information provided by the Green Flag Award Organisation.
Mayfield Park has been awarded a national Green Flag. Information provided by the Green Flag Award Organisation.
The Hawthorns Urban Wildlife Centre on Southampton Common, is Southampton City Councils natural environment information and management centre.
Weston Shore is a 2.2km long stretch of public open space on Southampton Water between Woolston and Netley and is a good place to go fishing. The shore is part of a regeneration bid.
Access on to the Royal Victoria Country Park covers over 200 acres, is one of the most scenic and delightful areas of South Hampshire... once the site of a military hospital, its fascinating story can be viewed in the Heritage Centre
Caring for The Common Southampton Common is a nationally recognised wildlife site. Information provided by Southampton City Council
The Southampton Commons and Parks Protection Society aim to protect Southampton's Commons and Parks from damage and brings together a cross section of citizens committed to the well-being of the City's green public spaces.
Lordswood Greenways are where the Hampshire Ornithological Society (HOS) regularly meets. Chris Packham is the president and HOS records who publishes information about wild birds throughout Hampshire.
If you are interested in Allotments you can find out which sites are available and advice about how to get the best out of an allotment. There are over 1600 allotment plots on 23 different sites around the City. Information provided by Southampton City Council.
Parks and green spaces information details parks, open spaces and greenways across the City from Southampton City Council