Fancy a walk and unsure if it is accessible and suitable for you? We’ve got you covered. Have a read of the top 5 accessible walks in Salford. 

Peel Park

Peel Park is situated in Salford. It is the oldest public park in the city. It is a loop trail and is used by the public for walks, runs and nature trips. The park features a monument and a river. 

Dogs are able to visit Peel Park but must stay on a lead. 

There is a car park in front of the Salford Museum and Art Gallery. It is a pay and display. There is also disabled parking.   

The walk is wheel chair friendly and accessible. 

Address: The Crescent, Salford M5 4WU

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Buile Hill Park Walk

Buile Hill Park is situated in Salford, Pendlebury. Buile Hill is a grade II listed public park. It is the largest and second oldest public park in the city. 

There is a path around the park which is flat and accessible. There are other facilities such as a tennis court, an outdoor gym and a childrens play area. There is also a car park in the grounds. 

Dogs are able to visit Buile Hill Park.

The walk is wheel chair friendly and accessible. 

Address: Eccles Old Road, M6 8GL

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Clifton Country Park 

Clifton Country Park is situated in Clifton.

It is a lovely place to explore open woodland, walk around the lake or enjoy a picnic. 

The trail is marked and sign posted for accessibility and distance.  There are different routes for you to choose to ensure it is suitable.

Clifton Country Park is wheel chair friendly and accessible weather depending for the ground. 

Clifton Country Park also has a car park and allows dogs. 

Address: Clifton House Rd, Clifton, Salford M27 6NG

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Salford Quays 

Salford Quays is a great place to visit with a unique waterfront. 

There is a flat surface around the quay which allows you to do a loop and take in the waterfront and magnificent buildings. After your stroll, you can always grab a bite to eat from the many restaurants or cafes. 

There are many car parks to choose from. 

Dogs are able to visit Salford Quays but must stay on a lead.

The walk is wheel chair friendly and accessible. 

Address: Salford M50 3TY

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Monton to Roe Green Loopline 

Monton to Roe Green loopline starts in Monton and ends in Worsley. It is a walk where you will see old railways, lighthouses and barges. 

The loop walk starts and ends in Monton. It follows a path, before returning down the Bridgewater canal path. There are lots of lovely cafes and pubs in Monton and Worsley to visit after your walk. 

Dogs are allowed. It also has a car park at the start of the walk on Dukes Drive in Monton.  

The walk is accessible and wheel chair friendly. 

Address: Dukes Drive Car Park, Eccles, Manchester M30 8AP

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