Alexandra Park, Newtown, Pennington Hall Park, Leigh and Jubilee Park, Ashton, have all been awarded the accolade, showing they are well-maintained and managed, with excellent facilities.
Sharon Saunders, Parks and Countryside Activities Manager for Wigan Leisure and Culture Trust, said: “We’re delighted these parks have once again been recognised in the Green Flag awards.
“A tremendous amount of effort goes into maintaining our parks and we could not do this without the support of local communities and elected members.
“All of our parks are enormously valuable to the communities they serve and we would always encourage people to not only enjoy them but to take pride in them.”
Residents involved in transforming Colliers Corner in Atherton from a polluted overgrown stream into a green oasis were also recognised for their hard work and received a Community Award.
Phil Barton, Green Flag Plus Partnership chairman, said: “The Green Flag Award Scheme, and its growth, is essential in driving up the standards of our parks and green spaces. Access to quality green space is something we all desire and the scheme plays a key role in providing it.
“In these challenging financial times it is heartening that the number of Green Flag Awards continue to grow. As the value of green space and the role it plays in our communities strengthens, we must ensure these high standards remain.”