Meanwood Park is 4 miles north of Leeds city centre and is approximately 29 hectares in area.
Green Road, Meanwood, LS6 4LE
Attractions and facilities
- Meanwood Valley Trail
- Meanwood Nature Reserve
- Children’s playground
- Tennis courts
- Bowling green
- Picnic areas
- Basketball court
- Car park
The landscape, which is rich with the remnants of the industrial heritage of the area includes woodland, meadows, a stream and areas of mown grass.
For information about community support for the Meanwood Valley, visit the Meanwood Valley Action Partnership website in the
External links section on this page.
Parks and Countryside main reception – 0113 395 7400 or fax 0113 395 7401
ParksWatch (24 hour helpline) – 0113 232 9973
Dog Wardens – 0113 222 4407
Please note that the Parks and Countryside's main reception telephone number is staffed from 8am to 4.30pm Monday to Thursday and 8am to 4pm on Friday. Outside of these hours you can leave a message on the answerphone.
Car Park: One car park off Green Lane at the South West of the park.
Disabled parking: There are two disabled parking bays in the main car park off Green Lane.
Paths: The main path through the park is suitable for disabled users, but there are several woodland paths with uneven surfaces.
Entrances: All entrances are wheelchair accessible.
Accessible toilets: No disabled toilets.
Disabled Play Equipment: Recently upgraded to include inclusive play items.
Meanwood Valley Project 2018 – 19
A project to involve local people in the wonderful wildlife of the Meanwood Valley is currently underway. The project includes public events, wildlife surveys, school visits and volunteer opportunities. To find out more about all aspects of the project, visit the documents section of this page.