Farsley Recreation Ground

Farsley Recreation Ground


Farsley Recreation Ground comes with a large play area and plenty of open grassy areas to enjoy with family and friends.

Farsley Recreation Ground

Farsley Recreation Ground is a pretty green space covered in beautiful flora and lined with mature trees. Come here for a peaceful walk or to burn some energy with the little ones on the play equipment. It’s even better in the sunshine!

Location Details

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Take a look around

  • Farsley Recreation Ground field
  • Farsley Recreation Ground field
  • Farsley Recreation Ground sign
  • Farsley Recreation Ground in shade
  • Farsley Recreation Ground steps
  • Farsley Recreation Ground in shade

Things to Note

Farsley Recreation Ground has the following on-site or nearby:

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


Farsley Recreation Ground is located to the north of the town close to Rodley and Calverley. It’s 6-miles west of Leeds city centre.

Things to Do

Dog Walking

Farsley Recreation Ground is made for a good dog walk. With lots of open green spaces, particularly behind the park, you can let the pooch run free without a worry.


The children’s play area is enclosed and big with lots of installations to enjoy. Slides, swings, climbing frames and what we like to call bouncers and spinners – those dizzy games that get the belly dropping!

Ball Games

With so much open green space for people to use we recommend you bring some  games to play with your friends or family. Especially the ones that don’t need much equipment like football and frisbee. If you’ve got lots of hands you could bring the cricket set!


The quarter of a mile flat pathed loop around the recreation ground is a perfect place for the little ones to practice riding the cycle or scooter. Use the four sides as a visual target to set challenges like supporting them to ride unaided for the first time.

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Easter Hunts

Every Easter the Farsley Festival team host an Easter hunt for the children of Farsley to enjoy in the recreation ground. Checkout the Farsley Festival website for their event listings.


The surrounding area around Farsley Recreation Ground was a hotbed during the industrial revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries. Farsley was at the centre for wool processing with numerous mills rising up. Why not visit and check out the work that is being done to bring back Sunny Bank Mills!


The nearest toilet is a walk south on Calverley Lane into Farsley high street.

Food and Drink


At the top end of the park you can find a lovely spot drinking in the views over Farsley. This is a great place to have a picnic.

Food & Drink

Further down the road into Farsley are a couple of cracking independents where you can grab a drink or a bite to eat. Amity Brew are experimenting with new beer flavours and have a little drinking hall ready for you to enjoy on a weekend. For a bit of food we recommend you head to The Fleece at Farsley – a pub that’s at the heart of the community and comes packing with a great value pub grub menu.


Park for free on the residential street of Calverley Lane, postcode: LS28 5LA (Google Map Directions)


Use the main Calverley Lane entrance for access that accommodates buggies, wheelchairs and pushchairs.

How to Get To Farsley Recreation Ground

Google Map Directions


Catch the 9, 16 or 508 from Leeds City Centre. With a very short walk up Calverley Lane to finish this journey will take you between 30-45 minutes depending on the service you catch.


A taxi is around 20-minutes from Leeds city centre outside of rush hour time.

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