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Armley Park


Armley Park is two miles west of Leeds city centre and is approximately 14 hectares in area. It's the perfect location for people of all age ranges to enjoy a relaxing day out. The park gives local residents and visitors amazing views over Kirkstall Valley.


Location

Stanningley Road, LS12 3LW. Google Maps directions


Map

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Gotts Park map

Attractions and facilities

  • Playground
  • Skate park
  • Summer and winter bowling greens
  • Bowls pavilion
  • Football pitches
  • Tennis courts
  • Cricket wicket
  • Open grass areas
  • Wild flower meadow areas
  • Woodland and canal side trails that include a section with 161 Victorian steps
  • Grade II listed stone entrance pillars and fountain
  • Ornamental plaques to view in the hedgerow
  • Car park
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Click to expandEvents

There will be community events throughout the year. Please see the notice board in the park. The Wade's ranger and the Friends of Armley Park and Gotts facebook page.

Click to expandDisabled access, parking, buses and toilets

Free car parks are shown on the map on this page.


Buses to and from Leeds:

72/X6/X11 which run regularly


Disabled access:

Parking is free. The main circular route around the park is well maintained and fairly flat.


Toilets:

Nearest toilets located in Gotts Park Mansion in Gotts Park which is the park adjacent to Armley.

Click to expandVolunteering

The Friends of Armley Park and Gotts Park meet twice a month every 2nd and 4th Thursday to help with gardening, nature, conservation and generally looking after the park. They also have a Sunday Social every 2nd Sunday of the month.

New members are always welcome. For further information, contact us using the details in the Contact Us section, or email countrysiderangers@leeds.gov.uk

Click to expandContacts

Email us using the Contact Us section.
Parks and Countrysde Head Office - 0113 378 6002 (8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday).
ParksWatch (24 hour helpline) - 0113 232 9973
Dog wardens - 0113 222 4407

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