Roundhay Park Parking
Information about Parking in Roundhay Park
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Roundhay Park is one of the biggest city parks in all of Europe. It covers more than 700 acres of parkland, lakes, woodland and gardens. Situated in Leeds in West Yorkshire, Roundhay Park is one of the most popular attractions in the area with nearly a million people visiting each year. One of the major attractions at Roundhay Park is Tropical World, which is home to many exciting and exotic animals. Visitors can see meerkats, monkeys, crocodiles, butterflies, and more. There is also a land train running in Roundhay Park. It starts at Lakeside Café and runs up Carriage Drive, along Middle Walk and to the Park gates before making a return journey. It is only £2 for a return journey, which takes about eight minutes.
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Parking at Roundhay Park
Make parking at Roundhay Park a breeze with some planning in advance.
Roundhay Park parking is free of charge. There are five car parks available to choose from. These can be found at the following locations:
- At the south end of the park off Wetherby Road
- At the end of Park Avenue by the Lakeside Café
- At the west side of the park by the old tram station off Princes Avenue
- Behind the Roundhay Fox pub off Mansion Lane
- At the end of Mansion Lane by the Mansion House Hotel
There are also three disabled parking bays available on Mansion Lane and there is a large bay that can be used for up to five cars outside Tropical World.
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If you’re staying in the area near Roundhay Park and are looking for other things to do, you won’t be disappointed as there are plenty of nearby attractions. Leeds is a vibrant busy city with a range of fantastic shopping areas, museums, theatres, restaurants, cafes and bars.
For amazing artworks and breath taking exhibits, pay a visit to the Leeds Art Gallery. To find out more about the fascinating history of the city of Leeds, take a wander round the City Museum. If you would like to enjoy stunning productions from nationally renowned resident ballet and opera companies, then the Leeds Grand is the place to go.
Other nearby attractions include grand stately homes such as Harewood House and Temple Newsam, both offering an enticing glimpse of a grand past; Kirkstall Abbey where visitors can explore the fascinating ruins; and Leeds Industrial Museum, where you can discover more about the rich industrial past of Leeds.
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The nearest station to Roundhay Park is Leeds railway station. This is a mainline railway station and is the third busiest station in the UK, outside of London, serving nearly 30 million passengers per year. It is situated on the East Coast main line and is also an important station on Cross Country routes. There are direct services to many destinations across the country and connections to many more. The station is managed by National Rail.
There are frequent bus routes in and around Leeds city centre. There is a direct bus that leaves from Leeds city centre to Roundhay Park. The journey takes around 20 minutes.
Disabled Parking at Roundhay Park
There are three disabled parking bays available on Mansion Lane. There is also a large bay outside Tropical World, which has space for up to five cars to park there. Roundhay Park parking is free of charge for all drivers. Make sure you display your Blue Badge clearly when parking in a designated disabled parking bay. All the entrances to the park and the paths around Roundhay Park are wheelchair accessible. However, be aware that there are some inclines within the park. There are accessible toilets available in Tropical World Explorers Café, the Visitor Centre and the Education Rooms. Alternatively, an accessible toilet can also be found at Lakeside Café. There is a playground with accessible play equipment location at the playground near the tram car park off Princes Avenue.
There are electric vehicle charging points at many locations in and around Leeds city. A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Where can I find free parking near Roundhay Park?
All Roundhay Park parking is free of charge for all visitors. There are five car parks to choose from.
Do I need to display a Blue Badge to park in a disabled parking bay at Roundhay Park?
Yes, you do. Remember to always display your Blue Badge clearly if you are parking in an accessible parking bay at Roundhay Park.
Is fishing permitted at Roundhay Park?
Fishing is permitted at Roundhay Park on the Waterloo Lake, except by the boating area. Fishing is not permitted along the Dam and Bywash areas, or on the top lake.
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