Rodley Park

Rodley Park

Rodley Park is a green space that’s a great place for the family to have a play or get closer to nature.

Rodley Park

Rodley Park is a peaceful patch of green space that’s home to some eye catching greenery and wildlife. It’s a calming visit option for a family day out.

Location Details

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  • Rodley Park steps
  • Rodley Park playground
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  • Rodley Park memorial
  • Rodley Park bench

Things to Note

Rodley Park has the following on-site or nearby:

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


Rodley is a village suburb of Leeds situated between Bramley and Stanningley, 5-miles from the centre of the city.

Things to Do

Some of the best things to do in Rodley Park are:

Dog Walking

This a regular dog walking spot for a lot of the locals. The beauty of this place is the park is right next to some woodland which provides a bit of variety when walking the dog.

Fairy Trail

In 2020 local mums Charlotte and Sheree had the best idea to create a fairy trail in Rodley Park. There are over 100 doors that have been hand cut and painted hidden in the park. Take some time out and find as many as these as possible – perfect for the little ones that love a hunt!


The playground has a really big eye catching slide. There’s also the usual swings, see-saws and a climbing frame.

Multi-Use Games Area

If you fancy playing a bit of football or basketball you can step onto the hard surface of the MUGA in most weather. The markings are there to help you play a team game or some 1v1.

Bird Spotting

Rodley Park is great for a bit of bird spotting. At different times of the year you can expect to see different birds in the park. Keep an eye out for the classics like the robin and great spotted woodpecker. Or other feathered friends including the treecreeper, nuthatch, wren and dunnock.


The park blooms with a wide array of plant life in the spring and summer. The local community group have planted lots of wildflowers, crocus and daffodils in the past. Appreciate the changing nature of the green space at Rodley Park and the woodland at the top of the park.

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War Memorial

Following a campaign by 28 local organisations and a primary school, a war memorial was installed in Rodley Park on the 14th December 2019 for the “58 Rodley fallen” from the First and Second World War.

There are 58 names inscribed including two sets of fathers and sons, unusually it is in surname order that divided into different world wars, this was so both sets of fathers and sons would be named next to each other.

For more information on the unveiling of the memorial take a look at this West Leeds Dispatch article.


Dog waste and rubbish bins are available in the park. The nearest toilet to Rodley Park is the Crown & Anchor on the A657.

Food and Drink


There’s plenty of greenery to find a quiet spot for a picnic at Rodley Park. We recommend bunkering down up the top end of the park near the wooded area.

Food & Drink

The Crown & Anchor can be found just around the corner from Rodley Park. It’s one of the most popular pubs in Rodley and brings a wide range of  food, drink, music and even games nights. A short walk further up the A657 will bring you to the doors of The Owl – a pubs that’s noted for it’s dog friendly policy and a magic outdoor play around called “the Rodley Fortress” for the little ones.


Park for free around the corner from the park on the residential road of Westminster Drive, postcode: LS13 1PF (Google Map Directions).


Most of the park is accessible to wheelchairs and pushchairs. One part that isn’t is the north end of the park where to access the woodland you have to use a set of steps.

How to Get To Rodley Park

Google Map Directions


Bus number 60 from City Square goes direct to Rodley Park. This journey will take you around 35-minutes uninterrupted.


It’s a 20-minute taxi ride from the centre of Leeds to Rodley Park.

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