Grove Road Recreation Ground

Grove Road Recreation Ground


A recreational ground that comes with different play activities on concrete or grass.

Grove Road Recreation Ground

Grove Road Recreation Ground is a greenspace that caters for different play based activities in the playground or on the grass fields.

Location Details

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Things to Note

Grove Road Recreation Ground 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


Hunslet is an inner city area of Leeds. It’s 1-mile south east of the city centre.

Things to Do


The playground on the edge of the recreation ground has your usual favourites including slides, swings and different climbing bits.


The grass pitches make up the majority of the recreation ground. These open green spaces are perfect for ball games, kite flying or simply lounging about in the sun on the grass.

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Hunslet Community Gala

Every June the recreation ground plays host to the Hunslet Community Gala. On offer are a range of attractions, including: dance; orchestra; stalls; inflatables; and small rides. For the latest gala information keep tabs on the Hunslet Festival website.


The famous brewer Joshua Tetley and Son setup their brewing business in Hunslet back in 1822. It’s be cheeky not to have a bitter after you’ve visited the park.


There a couple of benches to take a moment and chill on.

Dog waste and rubbish bins can be found the pathways throughout the recreation ground.

Food and Drink


On a sunny day you need to pick out the most scenic part of the recreation ground and lay out a decent picnic.

Food & Drink

Opposite the recreation ground on Church Street is the takeaway paradise restaurant. You can pickup your classic fast food options from here and enjoy it in the recreation ground. Walking a a little further north you’ll come across the nearest place to sit down and have a drink – Garden Gate has some really nice ale and a friendly atmosphere.


Park for free on the residential street of Grove Road (Google Map Directions).


Grove Road Recreation Ground is accessible to wheelchairs and pushchairs.

How to Get To Grove Road Recreation Ground

Google Map Directions

It’s a 15-minute taxi journey from the centre of Leeds. Or a 30-minute bus journey to the edge of the recreation ground – jump on bus service numbers 12 and 13 to go direct to Grove Road.

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