Dartmouth Park Morley Leeds

Dartmouth Park

Dartmouth Park is a family geared green space with lots of physical activity and recreational opportunities for all the family to do together.

Dartmouth Park Leeds

Dartmouth Park is reasonably green space in the heart of Morley. This picturesque park is a paradise for dog walkers, families, and joggers.

It contains several full sized tennis courts and a grass football pitch. As well as events such as brass band performances being held during the summer and Christmas concerts in the winter.

Location Details

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Things to Note

Dartmouth Park has the following on-site or nearby:

  • Disabled Access
  • Dog Waste Bins
  • Nearby Food & Drink
  • Nearby Parking
  • Nearby Toilets
  • Pushchair Access
  • Rubbish Bins
  • Wheelchair Access


Dartmouth Park is in the market town of Morley in Leeds. This is around 5-miles south west of the city centre.

Things to Do

Here’s our top things to do at Dartmouth Park:

Friends of Dartmouth Park

Friends of Dartmouth Park are a group of local people that love to make the park a better space for everyone else. They work on a variety of things including taking care of the vast array of mature trees that make this a special place in autumn and spring. Find out more about the Friends of Dartmouth Park over on Facebook.

Dog Walking

Dartmouth Park is an ideal dog walkers pot because there are endless paths around the park and plenty of open space to let your pooch off the lead.


Jogging all the marked paths around Dartmouth will put 1-mile in your legs. With so many variations including a set of straight ones this park is a decent pick when it comes to both a gentle jog and some more serious training runs.


Expect your usual with installations like ziplines, seesaws and slides.


Dartmouth Park has 4 public tennis hard courts that are open to the public all year round. These courts are fully accessible to anyone wanting to play tennis including a wheelchair user.

Do I need to book a tennis court?

It’s free to use the tennis court but you will need to book a court space on the LTA clubspark website.


There is one adult full sized grass football pitch at Dartmouth Park.


Dartmouth Park has a outdoor basketball court open to the public. This MUGA doubles up as a decent 5-a-side football pitch too!

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Live Music

There are a series of open air live music gigs in Dartmouth Park. These are usually free to attend. Checkout the full event listing over at Leeds Town Hall.

Dog Show

The yearly dog show is a popular hit with all the dog lovers in Morley. This fun event has created some great award categories including ‘waggiest tail’.

Fun Fair

August Bank Holiday welcomes the fun fair to town. Come for fun on the rides and purvey the local business stalls, including some great local food and drink.


Lord Dartmouth was the landed gentry that owned Dartmouth Park way back in the 18th century. The Dartmouth family gave land and finance to create much of what you see in the park now including the cricket and rugby pitches. This was a gift for the people of Morley.


Dartmouth Park has rubbish and dog waste bins on-site.

Food and Drink

Picnic Area

Dartmouth Park has lots of large benches – including some dedicated picnic ones that are great for a family get together. A great place to go for a picnic!

Food & Drink

Below the park on Fountain Street is Franklin Smiths a little known kitchen to the people of Morley that do some banging brownies and tasty wraps and sandwiches. A little further afield in Morley is the restaurant Zoya Morley who specialise in fusion dishes that exemplify the full flavours of Indian and Bangladeshi cooking. It’s a family friendly restaurant too!


Park for free next to the park on the residential road of St Andrews, postcode: LS27 0JX (Google Map Directions)


Dartmouth Park is fully accessible by pushchair and wheelchair.

How to Get To Dartmouth Park

Google Map Directions


Number 54 from Bruntcliffe road and numbers 51 & 52 go to the city centre from Fountain Street are 5 minutes walk away.


It’s a 20-minute taxi journey from Leeds city to Dartmouth Park.

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