A Green Flag winning park leading from Southbourne to the clifftop and stunning beach views.
This pretty little park takes you through a range of woodland and formal and informal planting to lawns and an ornamental pond.
There’s a small bandstand that’s been there since the 1920s and which still hosts various events in the park throughout the year.
The park is cared for by the Friends of Fisherman’s Walk, who organise events and help us manage the area.
There’s a public toilet with accessible facilities at the north end of the park.
Fisherman’s walk is between two of our nature reserves, Hengistbury Head and Boscombe and Southbourne Overcliff.
Find out about the history of Fisherman’s Walk.
You can get to Fisherman’s Walk by heading towards Southbourne and entering the park from the clifftop side or from Southbourne town.
You can see the location of Fisherman’s Walk on our map.