Haverstoe Park

The park was opened by Her Majesty The Queen, Queen Elizabeth II, in her Jubilee year of 1977. One of its main features is a sensory garden standing on the front car park.

It is in the centre of a Cleethorpes housing estate, with access from Aldrich Road. The park has facilities for bowling, football, tennis (free to use on a first come, first served basis), and a new play area. The tennis courts and bowling green open at 2 pm.

The Queen visiting the Park in 1977 to open the sensory gardens.

With wide open lawns and plenty of space, Haverstoe Park is a popular area for families.

Plenty more photos from the park can be seen on the Haverstoe Park Facebook page here where the community share their enjoyment and experience of the Park.

Plans are currently underway to regenerate the Pavilion in the Park and bring it back into use.