What is another word for parkland?

Pronunciation: [pˈɑːklənd] (IPA)

Parkland is a term used to describe an area of land that has been set aside for the purpose of providing people with a recreational area. It is often filled with lush greenery, trees, and walking paths. Synonyms for parkland include green space, open space, public gardens, recreation ground, and commons. These words all refer to a designated area of land that is used for leisure activities. Other synonyms include nature parks, nature reserves, wildlife reserves, and conservation areas. These terms are often used to denote larger areas of land that have been set aside for the preservation of natural habitats and wildlife, while still providing space for leisure activities.

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    • Noun, singular or mass
      park.

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Usage examples for Parkland

In one of the turret chambers, that overlooking the orchard, he found himself surveying the distant parkland with the eyes of a captive and longing for the coming of one who ever tarried yet was ever expected.
"The Orchard of Tears"
Sax Rohmer
Seated on his coach-box, he turned for a look the back way leading to Esslemont, and saw rosed crag and mountain forest rather than the soft undulations of parkland pushing green meadows or brown copse up the slopes under his eye.
"The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith"
George Meredith
The tree-dotted parkland was to Dickie the Land of Heart's Desire.
"Harding's luck"
E. [Edith] Nesbit

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