Oxford Parade Park is a longish park that stretches from Forest Lake Boulevard through to Blunder Road and follows Blunder Creek. Most of the park area is low lying native habitat that follows the creek and shared pathways running through the park.
The park opens up to grassed areas in parts of the park where most of the facilities are located. The largest of the open areas is located between Pacific Parade and Mandarin Close. This area contains a large open green space for outdoor sports, small basketball court and a fun playground for kids with an obstacle course theme in mind. The area also includes two separate picnic areas one with covered a picnic table and barbeque and the other with a picnic table and wood fired barbeque.
Other wood fired barbeques and picnic tables are scattered around the shared pathway at various locations.
Parking is available on-street along the adjacent streets to the park including Pacific and Oxford Parades. A bus stop is located not far from the South end of Oxford Parade Park on Forest Lake Boulevard. For more information on public transport please visit Translink.
Facilities At Oxford Parade Park
|Most of the park is dedicated to forest re-vegetation and there is plenty of shade.|
|A shared pathway runs through the park for cycling, walking and jogging.|
|There is an uncovered playground in the park with an obstacle theme that should keep children entertained for a few hours.|
|Barbeque facilities and covered picnic tables are located near the playground. Picnic tables are also located along the shared pathways that run through the park.|
|Parking is available on the adjacent streets to the park.|
|A bus stop is not far from the South end of the park along Forest Lake Boulevard. For more information on public transport visit Translink.|