Horsforth Hall Park

Horsforth Hall Park is a large community park about six miles north-west of Leeds city centre.


Hall Lane, Horsforth, LS18 5JE

Attractions and facilities

  • Scenic walks
  • Cricket pitch
  • Summer entertainment events
  • Trim trail
  • Japanese garden
  • Skate park
  • Integrated play facility
  • Spider's web playground

The park has a specially designed outdoor integrated play facility allowing disabled and able bodied children under the age of eight to play together. The equipment is designed to provide various stimuli, including role play and the development of manipulative skills. This play area was the first of its kind in Leeds with HIPPO (The Horsforth Integrated Play Project) and Mencap working together with the Parks and Countryside service for the benefit of the local community.

There is a playground for the older children which now includes a new climbing feature called a 'Spider’s Web'. This was purchased with the help of a contribution from 'The Friends of Hall Park' who play a valuable role in helping to improve the facilities within the park.

Access information

  • Disabled parking: There are two disabled parking bays in the main car park off Hall Lane.
  • Paths: Paths are suitable for wheelchair users.
  • Entrances: All entrances are wheelchair accessible.
  • Accessible toilets: No disabled toilets.
  • Disabled Play Equipment: Recently upgraded to include inclusive play items. ​​​​

Contact us



Parks and Countryside - 0113 378 6002
(8am to 4pm, Monday to Thursday and 8am to 3:30pm Friday)

LeedsWatch – 0113 376 0331
(24 hour helpline)

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