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Your local park

Leeds is well known as one of the greenest cities in Europe because of its array of public green spaces including major parks, community parks, nature reserves, woodlands, public rights of way and the like.  
 

Community Parks In Leeds


There are 62 community parks in Leeds.  These are local green spaces that contain a variety of facilities such as playgrounds, sport pitches and gardens for local people to enjoy.

To find out the location of community parks in your area, go to the documents section and click on the 'down arrow'.  Alternatively enter the park name into google and select 'maps':

  • Allerton Bywater Sports Ground
  • Armley Park
  • Banstead Park
  • Barley Hill Park
  • Becketts Park
  • Blenheim Square
  • Bramley Falls Wood Park
  • Bramley Park
  • Burley Park
  • Calverley Park (Victoria Park)
  • Chapel Allerton Park
  • Churwell Park
  • Cranmore Recreation Ground
  • Cross Flatts Park
  • Dartmouth Park
  • Drighlington Moor Park
  • East End Park
  • Farnley Hall Park
  • Glebelands Rec, Ninelands Lane
  • Gotts Park
  • Grove Hill Park, Otley
  • Grove Road Recreation Ground
  • Hainsworth Park
  • Halton Dene - Primrose Valley
  • Harehills Park
  • Hartley Avenue Park
  • Holbeck Moor
  • Holt Park
  • Horsforth Hall Park
  • Hunslet Lake
  • Hunslet Moor
  • Kirk Lane Park
  • Lewisham Park
  • Ley Lane
  • Lovell Park
  • Manston Park
  • Meanwood Park
  • Micklefield Park, Rawdon
  • New Farnley Park
  • New Wortley Recreation Ground
  • Nowell Mount
  • Nunroyd Park, Guiseley
  • Penny Pocket Park
  • Potternewton Park
  • Pudsey Park
  • Rodley Park Recreation Ground
  • Rothwell Country Park
  • Scarth Gardens
  • Scatcherd Park
  • Springhead Park
  • Stanningley Park
  • Tarnfield Park, Yeadon
  • Tennant Hall POS
  • The Hollies
  • The Rein
  • Tyersal Park
  • Western Flatts Cliff Park
  • Westroyd Park
  • Wharfemeadows Park, Otley
  • Whinmoor Park, Coal Road
  • Woodhouse Moor Park

Volunteer groups

Some community parks have 'Friends of' groups and volunteer groups that work in partnership with the Parks and Countryside service to keep them in top condition. To find out more about these, visit our 'Parks and Countryside volunteer groups' page in the related pages section.

Further Information


You can find more information about some of those parks in the Related Pages section.  It is our aim to get information about all the community parks on this website eventually but this is currently a work in progress.

 

Contact Us

If you would like information about any of these sites, please contact the Parks and Countryside service:

  • Online - go to the email link on this page and fill in the online form
  • Telephone - call us on 0113 3957400
  • Email - email us at parks@leeds.gov.uk