Calverley Lane Park

Calverley Lane Park

A small recreational ground with a playground and lots of open green space.

Calverley Lane Park

Calverley Lane Park is a small , but well kept park on the edge of Calverley. The park is used for Football and Cricket.

Location Details

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Take a look around

  • Calverley Lane Park Entrance
  • Calverley Lane Park Footpath
  • Calverley Lane Park Entrance
  • Calverley Lane Park Playground
  • Calverley Lane Park Field

Things to Note

Calverley Lane Park has the following on-site or nearby:

  • Dog Waste Bins
  • Nearby Parking
  • Nearby Toilets
  • Pushchair Access
  • Rubbish Bins
  • Wheelchair Access


It is located in Calverley, close to Horsforth. Just off of Calverley Lane (hence the name). The road is fairly busy, but you tend to lose track of the traffic noise once on the park. This may be due to the line of trees and the slight dip in level as you leave the road.

Things to Do


The playground is mostly constructed of wood which goes delightfully with the park surroundings in Calverley Lane. Split into two small sections the playground is geared for a toddler or small child. There is a slide, climbing frames, balancing beams and a swings for the little ones or a big bucket for a bigger child.

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There are a number of activities that happen at the park. The home team Calverley Cricket Club are based here. Farsley Cricket Club play some of their cricket matches at Calverley Lane. The traditional clubhouse and tree lined boundaries make it a secluded place to play cricket; and an attractive spot to watch cricket!

Ball Games

Cricket is only played in Calverley Lane Park for half of the year through the summer months. When a game isn’t being played the wide open green space makes for an ideal area to get the ball games out. Football, rugby, rounders and frisbee are just some ideas to throw out there!

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There are no toilets on site. For this you would be best off heading around the corner to the Railway Inn.


There is a single well maintained path that leads from one entrance of the park to another (can be seen in photos).

When there hasn’t been any rain, the grass should be usable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. However when it has rained it holds the water and can get fairly muddy.

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