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Carlisle City Council has many hectares of parks and open spaces

Sailing, fishing and canoeing are some of the varied activities at Talkin Tarn Countryside Park

Sailing, fishing and canoeing are some of the varied activities available at Talkin Tarn

Carlisle has maginificant green spaces to enjoy

Our open spaces are enjoyed by visitors and locals alike

Cycling

We have many miles of cycling and walking trails

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Bitts Park (CA3 8UL)

The park is a peaceful haven only 800 metres from the City Centre, comprising formal gardens, riverside walks, children’s play area and splash park, running routes and sports facilities.

7870 Article rating: 4.6

A great place for relaxing, having fun and connecting with nature. There is a refreshment kiosk and toilets.The Rivers Eden and Caldew form the park’s Northern and Western boundaries respectively..

A limited amount of free parking is available on a first come first served basis opposite the entrance to the Sheepmount athletics stadium, off Sheepmount Road. Further pay and display car parks can be found off Dacre Road (East of Carlisle Castle) and Devonshire Walk (West of Carlisle Castle).

Further pedestrian access to the park may be gained from Hardwick Circus, Eden Bridge and the City Centre.

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