Rein Park

Rein Park

A wide open green space with walking and play activities on offer.

Rein Park

Rein Park is an open green space with fixed activities like a kids playground and a football pitch.

Location Details

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Things to Note

Rein Park has the following on-site or nearby:

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


Rein Park is located in the inner-city suburb of Seacroft, Leeds. It is 4-miles east of Leeds city centre.

Things to Do

Here’s our top things to do in Rein Park:

Dog Walking

In the morning the wide open expanse is a heavenly spot to walk the dog. Picture a bit of mist just hanging above the grass as the sun rears its head. You can’t go wrong walking the dog here!


The park has been paved really well which makes it a perfect place to run on solid steady ground. Running the outer perimetre of paths will clock more than half a mile. If you run across the inner connecting paths too you can reach a mile distance on one lap.


Get some park time thrills for the little ones on the swings and slides.


Rein Park has one standard sized football pitch with fixed goals for the public to use. No need for jumpers for goals at this park.


The very same paths that are excellent for running on (see above) are also great for riding on. These wide flat expressways are perfect for the skateboard, scooter and bike. What’s more the open space allows parents to keep view of the little ones while they ride off. Rein Park is a great place to learn to ride!

Multi-Use Games Area

The MUGA or multi-use games area as they are technically known provide a sports surface for the public to use in all weathers. The markings on the court are perfect for basketball and decent enough for 5-a-side football.

LS14 Play-box

Hosted by the LS14 Trust. The play box is a big orange eye catching box that comes with loads of playful games that are perfect for parents and kids. Keep an eye out for this ingenious play space popping up in the park in the future!

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Seacroft Gala

The Seacroft Galas regularly goes on tour to Rein Park. Expect entertainment that in the past has included a tea tent; live music; silly Olympics; fun fair; dog show; face painting; arts and crafts. For the latest info check the gala Facebook page.


The name Seacroft originally comes from the Saxon words of sae – meaning pool and croft – meaning farm or enclosure. For many years Seacroft was a little village in Yorkshire on the edge of Leeds. Then it transformed into a megalith of a council estate. Taking the crown of Leeds largest housing estate; only second in size to Bransholme in Hull.


The park has dog waste and rubbish bins placed along the extensive pathways.

Food and Drink


There’s plenty of room in this park to settle down with a picnic. Combine it with a morning and afternoon of play.

Food & Drink

Over to the east of Rein Park near the A58 is the Orchard – if you’re down with a pint and a burger then this pub will satisfy your needs. For something a little more luxurious you can head further east over the A58 to Oakwood. It’s a good mile and a half drive but worth the mouth watering premium steaks on offer at Chophaus.


Park for free on the residential road of the Rein, postcode: LS14 1JZ (Google Map Directions)


Rein Park is accessible by all. It is wheelchair and pushchair friendly.

How to Get To Rein Park

Google Map Directions

To get to Rein Park from the city centre you can catch bus number 49/50 from the Headrow. A taxi will typically take you 20-minutes outside of rush hour.

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