Page Park is a well-managed, safe and welcoming green space in Staple Hill with quality facilities, activities and events.
In 2015 Page Park was granted £1.6 million by the National Lottery Heritage Lottery Fund.
You can read about the project vision and achievements in the Page Park Evaluation Report.
Page Park is open daily from dawn until dusk.
How to get there
The park is located in Staple Hill in South Gloucestershire.
It is enclosed by Broad Street, Hill House Road, Park Road and South View. There is easy access by foot, bike, car or bus.
Park Road, Staple Hill, Bristol, BS16 5LB
There is free on street parking available on the surrounding roads.
Page Park has the following facilities:
- public toilets (inside and outside café – no purchase necessary)
- community room
- traditional play area
- bespoke wooden play area
- teen play area
- bowling green and pavilion
- cricket pitches
- football pitches
- tennis courts
- accessible paths
Disabled car parking spaces are available on all sides of the park. All gated entrances are wide enough to allow for wheelchair access. All of the paths around the park are flat and in good condition.
Page Park has a disability accessible café and community room which includes accessible toilets.
Cycling to the park
Page Park has great links to the Bristol and Bath Railway Path cycle route. Exit the cycle path onto Signal Road and then follow White Lodge Road onto the Broad Street park entrance.
The park can be easily accessed by bus and stops are located on Broad Street, Hill House Road and South View. For more information on bus services to the park visit Travelwest.
To hold an event in the park or use the bandstand for a performance or concert, you can apply to hold an event in a public space or park.
You can also hire the Bean Tree Café or The Nest community room. Find more information on the Bean Tree Nest events page.
There are many activities and events happening at Page Park each week.
- fitness classes
- seasonal activities
- baby and toddlers classes
- art groups
You can visit Bean Tree’s events page and Friends of the Park’s calendar for more information.
Group visits must be booked in advance to make sure group safety is balanced with the needs of all park users.
Get involved with Page Park
Friends of Page Park work with us and the community to:
- maintain the park
- organise community events
To find out more and to get involved visit Friends of Page Park Facebook page or Friends of Page Park’s website.
Reporting vandalism or anti-social behaviour
In an emergency where people or property are at immediate significant risk of harm call 999 and safeguard your own safety as a priority.
Report vandalism or other damage to property by calling 101 or to us by calling 01454 868000 or emailing email@example.com.