Visit a Park
The Bradford District has thirty six public parks, totalling an area of over two hundred and seventy hectares. Ten of the parks are on the English Heritage Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England.
Bowling Park is a large and leafy park with something for everyone.
Brackenhill Park is a lovely neighbourhood park filled with trees. It has a variety of leisure facilities, from tennis courts to a multi activity community area
Bradford Moor Park is a wonderful space for relaxing in, with trees edging the park and plenty of space for a picnic, or a game of football.
Situated in the heart of Burley-in-Wharfedale, Burley Grange Park is perfect for a gentle stroll. With some beautiful trees and flowerbeds, this lovely local park is worth spending time in to sit back and watch the world go by
Central Park in Haworth is one of the district’s Green Flag parks, noted for its beautiful flower gardens.
Cliffe Castle Park surrounds Cliffe Castle Museum and is a beautiful park, with plenty of space to play games or ride bikes
Cross Roads Park is a lovely community park with something to offer everyone. Why not come and watch a bowls match on a summer evening, or let the kids enjoy the play area?
Crowgill Park has something to offer everyone, with both a skate park and bowling green available.
Darwin Gardens Millennium Green are unique community gardens, with some beautiful features linked exclusively to Ilkley. With stunning views of Ilkley Moor, and heritage connections to Darwin’s stay in the town
Devonshire Park, Keighley is a leafy park bursting with trees, and with lots of winding paths to explore.
EAST HOLMES FIELD is a sports facility in Ilkley amenities include Grass Pitches Full sized Football.
Foster Park is a large park in Denholme with a wide range of facilities to cater for everyone’s tastes. From sitting back to enjoy leafy trees, playing a game of basketball, to enjoying a summer concert at the bandstand
Foxhill Park is perfect for sports fans, as there are a multitude of pitches throughout the park. If you fancy a kickabout, or a more serious game of rugby or football, this park is for you
GREENWOOD PARK is a sports facility in Bradford amenities include Grass Pitches Cricke
Harden Memorial Park has some stunning trees that make it always worth visiting, no matter what the season.
With a wide number of activities on offer, from Bowls to Fishing, this park is a great place for the whole family.
Holden Park (known locally as Oakworth Park) is absolutely unique, with grottoes and caves twining around the bowling green, just beyond the entrance to the park. With lots of nooks and crannies to explore, the park transforms from magical caves to open parkland, then into woodlands beyond
Horton Bank Country Park has a lake and a nice walk is available around the country park with views over the golf course.
The park provides bowling greens,and a children's play area, as well as floral decorations
KING GEORGE V PLAYING FIELDS is a sports facility in Bradford amenities include Grass Pitches Cricket.
Ladyhill is a spacious park with an excellent play area and a well maintained bowling green.
Lister Park is one of Bradford’s largest parks. It has many outstanding features including; a lake with boating, tennis courts, play areas, inspiring Mughal Water gardens
Littlemoor Park is a delightful park comprising open and wooded areas, with plenty of space for hide and seek, walking on the various trails and soaking in the surrounding nature.
Lund Park is an intimate community park, with a good mix of facilities for all – from a bowling green to a skate park.
Menston Park is a lovely open park, with plenty of grass for playing games on or just lying back to relax.
Myrtle Park has something to offer to everyone. From the new and top-class skate park, to the aviary with entertaining parakeets, this large and beautiful park is well worth taking the time to explore.
Northcliffe Park is made up of Northcliffe Woods and Norman Rae Playing Fields. These lovely woods and fields together make up an area of the countryside which appeals to many different people.
Peel Park is the well-deserved holder of a Green Flag award, showcasing some of Bradford’s event major events. A lake and large areas of open parkland are perfect for informal recreation and quiet contemplation, with the children’s play area and skate area ensuring there is something on offer for everyone
Prince of Wales Park near Bingley has a variety of footpaths through wooded grounds, with a mix of gentle trails and steeper rambles.
Riverside Gardens, alongside the River Wharfe in Ilkley, is a lovely park in which to spend an afternoon. Perfect for a walk, and for playing with the kids
Roberts Park has recently been restored with money from the Heritage Lottery Fund and various other partners and has won the prestigious Green Flag Award. There’s a brilliant new play area and skate park, as well as a beautiful bandstand where concerts are staged throughout the summer months.
Russell Hall Park is a small community park, with a playpark and bowling green for people of all ages to enjoy, as well as enough room for a kickabout or a game of rounders.
Shipley Central Park is a lovely little green space in the heart of Shipley. With grassy areas to sit and picnic on, and trees encircling the park to relax under, it’s a nice little nook to escape from the surrounding hustle and bustle.
Silsden Park is a large, open park, with several different areas for taking part in sports activities or for taking a walk.
The St Ives Estate is a wonderful Country Park with woodlands, open moor, and a wildflower meadow, and paths throughout. The Adventure Playground is a fantastic feature for the children, and Coppice Pond offers both fishing opportunities, and a chance to feed the duck
Victoria Park, Clayton, is a cosy local park with plenty to offer to the whole family. Come and relax on the lawns, or pick up the pace with a game of basketball or five-a-side.
Victoria Park has plenty of room for kickabout or a game of rounders. Why not come and relax on the grass in summer under one of the trees?
Victoria Park, Oakenshaw, is a bustling park with plenty of space for all the family. There’s an excellent skate park, a play area, and bowls pitch to keep everyone healthy and happy.
West Park is a friendly community park, offering the opportunity to get involved in a number of leisure activities for the whole family. Perfect for a relaxed stroll, an entertaining game of bowls, or more energetic game of basketball
Wibsey Park has something for everyone, from tree lined walks, to a lovely little lake, an aviary to numerous sports pitches.