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Laxey Glen Play Area

Laxey Glen is another of our favourite places to go for a walk. Not only do we enjoy going to the cafe (read about it here), but the glen is beautiful and a really fun walk with toddlers – keep your eyes peeled for the crocodile!

The path from the cafe leading down to the park is relatively pram-friendly but it is a little bumpy and can get quite muddy when wet. If that path doesn’t look great then the park can also be accessed via a path to the right of the cafe’s car park.

The park is enclosed and quite small but has a slide, swings, a spring rocker and a see-saw. 

There are public toilets across the bridge, back towards the lower car park.

  • Easy parking

  • ENCLOSED

  • Suitable for toddlers

  • public toilets

  • Cafe on Site


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Laxey Glen Park

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