East End Park offers a diverse range of sporting and leisure facilities for all age ranges, including; bowling greens, tennis courts, football pitches and a basketball court.
The playground and teen shelter have been recently installed and are proving very popular.
There are plenty of open spaces in the park and areas of well established woodland create a diversity of habitat and interest. There are also formal seating areas amongst the newly established rose and shrub beds.
East End Park is the perfect place to relax and have a picnic lunch.
The Friends of East End Park are a newly established community group who contribute to the development and improvement of the park.
Map reference: SE 247323 Lat: 53.78642 Long: -1.62658
Take the A64 out of Leeds. When passing the Irish centre go under the flyover next to the Ford garage and go right at the roudnabout to Ivy Road. At the end of Ivy Road turn left on to East Park Parade and the entrance is on your left.
By Public Transport:
Buses to and from Leeds City Centre to Richmond Hill, East End Park - Number 62.
Accessible by Public Transport: 1 mile from Leeds station