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Greenhead Park, Huddersfield
Categories: Nature & Parks
You may be in the center of town, but you’ll feel surrounded by nature at Greenhead Park. The park provides a wide assortment of leisure activities including gardens, a skate park, tennis court, lake, and duck pond. Relax and watch the kids let loose on the playground. Or take a walk to the cafe, have a snack, and take a ride on the miniature steam-powered train that starts and stops just outside the cafe’s doors. If you’re feeling adventurous, bike trails wind through the park--use those to speed up the pace. Public bathrooms are available. Our Huddersfield itinerary maker makes visiting Greenhead Park and other Huddersfield attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Having lived near this Park for most of my life, I've spent a lot of time here. From learning to play football and tennis, to walking through it to college and then work everyday I've seen the changes... read more »
My Daughter recently went on holiday, and i moved into her house, to look after her dog. She does'nt have much of a garden, so i walked 600 yards to the park, twice a day. The first thing that strike ... read more »
Since I was three in the 50s Greenhead Park has been the place to go with families free. Today took my three grandchildren and son and daughter and what a Treet. Huddersfield have pulled out the stops... read more »
THE PARK IS KEPT IN A VERY NICE PRISTINE CONDITION WITH POOL FOR KIDS AND A LARGE DUCK POND AS STEAM TRAIN ROUND PARK AT WEEKENDS AND A HORSE&CARRIAGE AT WEEKENDS TWO LARGE TENNIS COURTS A BOWLING GREENS A SKATEBOARD THINGY TWO LARGE NEWLY DONE PLAY AREAS TWO CAFES WHARE DOGS R ALLOWED ITS JUST AWSOME
Beautiful park that's well maintained and has a mix of open spaces, gardens, ponds sports areas and children's play areas. I took a summer evening stroll witnessing Shakespeare actors, photographers, skaters and families. Such a wide variety of people enjoying the public open space.
Great Victorian park that has been restored to its former splendour. Has 2 cafés, 2 lots of loos including disabled. Dog friendly indoor conservatory where you can eat the food from one of the cafés. It has a lake, fountain ⛲ , large paddling pool, open in summer months, a miniature steam train 🚂 rides huge grassed recreation/cricket area. 2 children's play parks, war memorial and formal garden area. It has 2 bowling greens, tennis courts, skate park and boules (French bowls). Love visiting here with my dog and my kids have taken part in the Parkrun which is also held here on a Saturday morning 9am, a kids on is held on Sunday morning too. A lovely day or part day out. There's parking around the park at present which is free but there is a proper carpark near the main entrance within the park adjacent to the conservatory café and public toilets. Both Cafés are reasonably priced and offer water bowls for pets.
A really great park. It's big, has nice bridges, a couple of ponds, a fantastic memorial, tennis courts, a few playgrounds and a couple of absolutely fantastic cafes.
This park is nicer now than its ever been in my lifetime. The cafe on the promenade is superb, far and very cheap, but avoid the one at the bottom in the conservatory. It's the exact opposite; expensive, unclean and usually full of insects. The park itself is bigger than you'd think, and perfect for picnics and extended visits.
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