Alexandra Park is a public park located in Hastings. It was originally planned out by Robert Marnock and occupies approximately 109 acres (0.44 km2) of the town. The park is rated a Grade II Park of Historic Interest, Alexandra Park has also achieved the coveted Green Heritage Award as well as acheiving Green Flag Status for 6 years consecutively. The park hosts a number of attractions including a Bandstand, Cafe, Miniture Railway, Boating Lake, several fishing lakes, a resevoir, woodland wlaks, a peace garden, rose garden, two play areas and aboreutum and a nature reserve in the North

The Park is host to a range of wildlif.  Kingfishers and Grey Wagtails breed throughout the park and can be seen any time of the year, especially at Bucks-hole Reservoir and Harmers Pond. Due to the closeness of the coast, many rare and scarce migrant birds visit the park including Night Heron, Little Bittern, Honey Buzzard and Ferruginous Duck.

 Adjoining the park to the North is the Old Roar Gill Nature Reserve, a deeply cut, narrow wooded valley running along the upper reaches of the stream that rises on the sandstone ridge to the north of the town. It is home to rare orchids, bird and insect species.