Victoria Park is a Green Flag award winning park located on the banks of the River Sow in the heart of Stafford Town Centre.
We are currently developing plans, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund for the restoration and enhancement of the Park. You can keep up to date with all of the plans via the Victoria Park - Your Park - Your Vision webpage.
The park offers a wide range of facilities all year round for all ages to engage in recreation activities. With the River Sow running through the park, the grassy bank offers a perfect opportunity to sit and relax whilst watching the ducks. Don't forget to keep up to date with what is happening by following Victoria Park on Facebook.
Site excluding play area:
The Victoria Park Play Area is open from 8am until park closing time daily, except Wednesday 10am until park closing time.
Originally named the Victoria Park Pleasure Grounds, the site opened in 1908 and is the Boroughs principal destination park. The park now covers an area of 4.95 acres, the park is the largest formal park in the Borough.
The site contains the listed structures of the Alderman Mottram shelter and the County War Memorial. The structure of the park has changed very little since the park was opened and as a result the original park layout is still in existence today.
The original park was extended twice, firstly in 1911 and secondly in 1930 when the play facilities were added to the North Western corner.
The park has an active friends of group who are an independent voluntary group who are active in increasing the community use and ownership of the site.
Victoria Park is located on Tenterbanks, Stafford, ST16 2QF. The nearest car parks are either Tenterbanks or Doxey Road (near Sainsburys) but you can park in any of the Town Centre car parks and follow the finger posts.
You can also reach the park by public transport, please visit Traveline or call 0871 200 22 33
In order for every visitor to enjoy the park there are a number of byelaws enforce on the park.