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Published May 1st 2017
Liverpool City's Chipping Norton suburb is known for its tranquil lakes and the parklands that surround them.
Many of the parks can be accessed from Ascot Drive, Chipping Norton, giving you and your little ones plenty to explore.
Each park, e.g: Angle, Black Muscat or Homestead Park, has its own unique character and facilities.
One of our family's favourites is the Black Muscat Park. It has an extensive shaded area suitable for large family gatherings, with nearby toilets and electric barbecues, as well as one of the biggest playgrounds that can be found in this area.
Although the lake is not as visible from this park as from the neighbouring ones, it has an adjacent lush oval, and plenty of surrounding spaces. And, nearby parks and lake views are only a stroll away, including those of the scenic historic Homestead property, right by the Chipping Norton lake.
The equipment in the playing area of Black Muscat Park is very diverse.
There is a small flying fox, many climbing walls and a network of bridges. There is a seat with pedals and a hoop for throwing balls. There are also many slides and swings. This playground is also wheelchair accessible.
For further information about the Black Muscat Park and the nearby parks around the Chipping Norton Lake, visit this website.