Walking around Farnley Hall Park, West Yorkshire

Located just outside Leeds and not far from our house, Farnley Hall Park is the perfect spot for dog walking.

We love to bring Newkee here and she’s actually been coming here since she was a young puppy!

Farnley Hall Park is located in New Farnley, a short drive from Pudsey.

We come here purely just to walk the dog and it is actually one of our favourite spots for that. We’ve even met a lot of owners here that have let their dogs play with Newkee. I think it’s very popular with dog walkers especially.

Besides the obvious large green space, the park also has woodland to walk around.

Especially beautiful at the moment during spring time when the place is full of bright colours as the trees blossom.

I absolutely love admiring the flowers during spring time.

I got told this is the beginning of a Horse Chestnut (conker tree) which I thought was cute..

Besides the woodland, there is a small playground here for children, what looks like some kind of church and a nursery. Besides that it’s really just a large park.

From here you can also walk across to Farnley fish pond which I visited for the first time yesterday. I’ll share my photographs from there in a seperate post soon πŸ™‚

So if you’re looking for a short walk to stretch your legs or keep a puppy occupied I think Farnley Hall Park is the spot for you.

If you are looking for other local walks nearby, here are some more places I have blogged about previously.

Walks in the Leeds area:

– Fulneck Moravian Settlement
– Black Carr Woods
– Ilkley Moor
– Otley Chevin
– Fairburn Ings
– Roundhay Park
– Esholt Woods
– Pugneys Country Park
– Ilkley river
– Adel Dam
– Skipton to Gargrave
– Knaresborough
– Malham Cove

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