Pudsey Park has a Green Flag award for excellence, and is the second most visited park in Leeds.
The park is packed with things to see and do, including the West Leeds Country Park Visitor Centre showcasing native animals.
The park is five miles west of the city centre. The main entrance is at Church Lane, Pudsey, Leeds, LS28 7RR.
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Although there are no car parking facilities within the park, there is roadside parking on the streets nearby. Please park carefully and with consideration for local residents.
West Yorkshire Metro to find bus information.
Attractions and facilities
map of the park (JPG, 523 KB).
- Bowling green
- Skate park
- West Leeds Country Park Visitor Centre – with native animals and an education room
- Cafe kiosk serving light refreshments, the cafe is run privately and doesn't have set opening hours
The park is level in most places and easy to get around.
The visitor centre is also easily accessible and includes an accessible toilet with baby changing facilities.
The West Leeds Country Park Visitor Centre
The Visitor Centre is dedicated to the wildlife of west Leeds, come and find out about our local freshwater fish, small mammals and birds. Our wildlife displays include a rabbit warren and a stone-built barn for brown rats, you might also spot harvest mice on your visit! Colouring sheets are available in the education room.
Curriculum-linked guided tours and workshops are available for school or educational groups. Please contact us for more information on 0113 336 7553 or email
We aim to open the visitor centre and toilets every week day from 10am to 3:30pm, except Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. However, opening hours vary due to staff availability so please call us on 0113 378 6002 to check we are open before making a trip.
The cafe kiosk is run privately and the opening hours do not follow a set pattern.
See what's on in our
Parks and Countryside events leaflet. (PDF, 456KB)
West Leeds Country Park Visitor Centre - 0113 255 1334
Education officer - 0113 336 7553
(for information about led workshops for schools)
Parks and Countryside Head Office - 0113 378 6002
(8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday)
ParksWatch – 0113 232 9973
(24 hour helpline)
Dog Wardens – 0113 222 4407
Bowls Club - 0113 257 2654