Parks & Outdoor Activities

Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli
Green area with 3 games fields, 2 dog areas and 1 recreational area. Also has a lake and wide variety of plant life. Seasonal opening times. Located close to Museo di Storia Naturale and Planetario Ulrico Hoepli.
Parco Lambro
Green recreational area for cycling, running and walking with football field, childrens leisure areas and skate-board track. Also has dog area. Located in eastern Milan.
Camping Green Village
A 2 star camp site with a lakeside setting. Offering 206 tent pitches and 2 bungalows. Open all year round. With tennis, bowling and five-a-side football facilities. At Via Palazzo, 21 - 23823 Colico (LC).
Parco Nord Milano
Large secure park in Milan with recreational equipment. Also hosts cultural, educational, recreational events. Map of park available on website.
Parco Nazionale dello Stelvio
Largest natural park in Italy that spans a large area including the Alps, forests, streams and valleys. Habitat for variety of wildlife. Located in the province of Brescia.
Part of the citys reforestation programme, this 110 hectare park is full of greenery, lakes and local wildlife. Public toilets and dog area on site. Boscoincitta centre at Cascina San Romano, via Novara 340.
Parco delle Cave
Park with four lakes, forests and gardens, agricultural area and ancient shacks. It is always open. Sede del Parco delle Cave at Cascine San Romano, via Novara 340.
Parco Addo Nord
Natural park in Bergamo. Includes banks of the river Adda, lakes Garlate and Olgivate. Site of archeological interest with the Trezzo sullAdda.
Parco del Lura
Natural park in province of Como. Various points of interest including Lake Rosoré for fishing, the bee museum, Cascina Tre Grazie, Il Gesio chapel and Roccolo di Cermenate.
Parco Sempione
Public recreation area with 1 sports field, 2 basket ball courts and 4 dog areas. Seasonal opening times. Located located near lArco della Pace.