Sheffield Parks and Forests – Sheffield has more trees per capita than any other city in Europe. There are over 170 parks, gardens and forests in the Sheffield area, forests covering a total area of 28.27 sq km and parks an area of 18.30 sq km. The public gardens are ten in number and are among the most popular attractions in the city. To this we must add the 134.66 km ² of the Peak District National Park. The most famous parks are Graves Park, Meersbrook Park, Norfolk Park, Endcliffe Park and the Botanical Gardens. Sheffield is to the north of the town of Chesterfield and the south of Barnsley and Wakefield.
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