Discover Leeds Logo
East End Park Leeds

East End Park

A large park space with lots of sport and physical activity options.

East End Park Leeds

East End Park is a council owned  park that plays host to lots of recreational activities and events for the communities of inner east Leeds.

Location Details

A loverly little ad break! Continue reading below.

Things to Note

East End Park has the following on-site or nearby:

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


East End Park is one of the most inner city areas of east Leeds. It’s located between Burmantofts and Harehills to the north. With Osmondthorpe sandwiching it to the east and Cross Green to the west.

Things to Do

There’s lots to do at East End Park, here’s our picks:

Dog Walking

East End Park comes with acres and acres of grass fields. A perfect place to let the dog off the leash without losing sight.


City runners Run Leeds have mapped a 1k training loop of East End Park that not only gets you moving but also gives you a tour of the park. Check out the full route over at Run Leeds.


The play area is bright and fun. It’s got all you would expect from a playground including swings, slides and climbing frames. There’s even a bike track bolted onto the playground area for the little ones to practice their riding.

Bowling Green

In between the tennis courts and children’s play area is the Crown Green bowling green. The club love to welcome new members whether your competitive or bowling for the fun of it. Message the club to find out more via their Facebook page.


East End Park comes with three quality courts. You will need to book a court through the LTA ClubSpark page.

Table Tennis

Next to the tennis courts is a Ping table tennis table. Just bring a pair of bats and a ball and get rallying.


There is one full sized adult football pitch with fixed goal posts. No amateur team uses this pitch.


There is a concrete basketball court located at the fringe of the park next to East Park Parade.


A piece of hilly woodland that is an escape from the open expanse of the park. The hill along will raise your heart rate. This spot is a getaway if you want some quiet space away from other park users.


East End Park has rose beds that will delight park visitors in summer with an array of colours.

A loverly little ad break! Continue reading below.


East End Park came from private ownership. At the beginning of the 20th century it was the grounds of the now destroyed Osmondthorpe Hall, levelled by a fire in 1924. Since then Leeds City Council have owned and maintained the green space.


Dog waste bins and rubbish bins are placed throughout the park. The nearest public toilet can be found on York Road.

Food and Drink


Bring a picnic to enjoy in the open green space or in the woodland. There are picnic benches over by the playground area.

Food & Drink

Creative Cuisine is a Jamaican inspired café just off of York Road. It’s all about the big flavours in popular dishes like jerk chicken and curry goat. If you’re prepared to travel a little further afield into Harehills then check out Abyssinia which comes with a meaty and veggie Ethiopian themed menus.


Park for free on the residential street of East Park Parade (Google Map Directions).

A loverly little ad break! Continue reading below.


East End Park is wheelchair and pushchair accessible.

How to Get To East End Park

Google Map Directions


Bus services 19, 40, 163 and 166 all make drop offs on York Road. A 10-minute walk from East End Park.


In good time a taxi will take 10-minutes to get from the city centre to East End Park.

Other Locations Near East End Park

Looking for other places near East End Park? Here are three other locations just around the corner.