Stepps Play Park , ‘Best Space for Play 2014’

Started in 2010, a group of friends felt passionate about improving and revitalising an existing community park in Stepps in North Lanarkshire. Following public consultations on the design , they set about raising over £200,000.

This has resulted in a wonderful play area that mixes the natural outdoors and formal play space and is a great example for other neighbourhoods across Scotland .

A great play area for children of all ages


Blenheim Avenue, Stepps G33 6DW

A perimeter fence encloses this wetpour covered play area. Within the play area there is bench seating and litter bin provided. To deter dogs from entering play area a dog grid has been installed.

This play area is equipped with a multi play unit suitable for children of junior age children, a single seat see saw rocker and two swing bays, one a four flat seat swing the other a four cradle seat swing.

Stepps Play Park


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