Hunslet Moor Park

Hunslet Moor Park


A leafy green space in the heart of Leeds. A great place to walk, jog or play.

Hunslet Moor Park

Hunslet Moor Park is a pleasant green space suitable for all the family. There’s plenty of play areas that look magnificent when the park is in bloom.

Location Details

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Things to Note

Hunslet Moor Park has the following on-site or nearby:

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


Hunslet Moor is 1.5 acre size park in Hunslet. Hunslet is an inner-city area in south Leeds about 1-mile southeast of the city centre.

Things to Do

Here’s our top picks of what to do at Hunslet Moor Park:

Friends of Hunslet Moor

This band of volunteers formed in 2015 in response to a need to keep the park cleaner. The group undertake clean ups every couple of months to remove the litter that can build up in the park. The team work with the Leeds City Council Parks and Countryside to make it a better park space for all. To offer the Friends of group a helping hand you can contact them on Facebook.

Dog Walking

Hunslet Moor Park is a lovely spot to walk the dog. The tree that align the main path look beautiful in bloom – it’s an ideal environment for your pooch to burn some energy.

Jogging or Running

The park pathway that cuts through Moor Road makes a perfectly flat square circuit. Run it three times and you’ve done a mile. Use each of the four sides to increase and decrease your speed or try a run-job combination. A perfect training circuit!


Hunslet Moor caters for a full adult sized grass football pitch. The local amateur football team Garden Gate FC play their games at the park. The amateur club is an open age football team. For more information on joining head over to their Facebook page.


The playground is safely fenced off and comes with a small climbing frame and slide.


At the right time of the year you need to get yourself in the park to enjoy the patches of wildflowers planted on the knot garden.

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Young People’s Activity Days

Leeds City Council youth service are providing a limited number of FREE spaces for children and young people to attend Hunslet Moor activity days during the holiday periods. The events will include physical activities, youth activities, arts & crafts, and a variety of outdoor inflatables. For more information check out the Facebook south east area LCC Youth Service page.


Back in the day Hunslet Moor Park was originally an ornamental garden. This patch of multi-coloured paradise sat within an industrial district built on traction and steam engines.

The industrial past can be seen in the design of the buildings both in business and housing. For the latter there’s a big contrast between the red terrace housing and slick riverside flats built in recent times.


There are numerous rubbish and dog waste bins on Hunslet Moor Park.

Food and Drink


We recommend you bring a picnic to the park and settle down to some food and drink amongst the wildflowers.

If you want something a little more upmarket then head to Bison Steakhouse at the bottom end of the park on Dewsbury Road. These guys sizzle up Yorkshire reared steak and burgers from their own Bison farm.


With access to the centre of Hunslet Moor park we recommend you park for free on Moor Road, postcode: LS11 5UP (Google Map Directions)


Hunslet Moor Park is pushchair and wheelchair friendly.

How to Get To Hunslet Moor Park

Google Map Directions


If catching a bus to Hunslet Moor Park you can catch quite a few services from the city centre. Buses 117, 200, 201, 202 & 203 all go direct to the park entrance off Dewsbury Road. The journey will take you around 20-minutes in total.


A taxi to Hunslet Moor Park will take you just over 10-minutes from Leeds city centre.

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