Summerhill Park

Summerhill Park


Summerhill Park offers the peace and tranquillity that you get miles from anywhere, just minutes from the hustle and bustle of Westgate Road.


The community park is at the centre of Summerhill Square, surrounded by stunning houses (many of them listed), including the home of Robert Stephenson on Greenfield Place.

The park is mainly grassed lawns, flowerbeds and shrubs, with a small play area.

The Summerhill Trust is an active community group, established in 2010 and custodians of the neighbouring Summerhill Bowling Club.

Did you know?

Summerhill Park featured in the BBC’s ‘A House Through Time’, delving into the lives of the residents of a house on Ravensworth Terrace.

Getting Here

The streets immediately surrounding the park are permit parking. The nearest public car park is Blandford Square next to the Discovery Museum.

The nearest bus stop is on Westgate Road.

The nearest Metro is Central Station.


The paths within Summerhill Park are suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs.

Things to do for grown ups

If you work in the city, Summerhill Park is the perfect spot for a lunch break and a breath of fresh air.

Things to do for families

The small play area is popular with families.


There are no toilets within the park.