Days Out

Parks & Play Areas

There are some fantastic places to take children on our doorstep and a short journey away.

Below are some suggestions for paying and free days out across our region. If you have any other suggestions for a day out that you have enjoyed, or want to feature your attraction, please contact us here

There are lots of parks and playgrounds across our area. These are the ones we know about but there will be other hidden gems. Please contact us here if your local park is not listed.

Beverley Centre Playground

Small playground located behind Wylies Road (corner of North Bar Within)

Bude Park

Great park located on Bude Road, Bransholme, Hull. Splash pool open in summer, good playground and skate area

Cottingham Pavilion Park

King George V playing fields and playground located next to Cottingham Pavillion, Northgate

East Park

Holderness Road, Hull, HU8 8JU.

Hull’s largest park. A great day out for children with lots to do. Several play areas, lake, splash boat, good animal enclosures

Haltemprice Playground

Large playground at Haltemprice Leisure Centre, Springfield Way, Anlaby.

Includes a skate park on the opposite side of the leisure centre car park. King George V playing fields are opposite Haltemprice Leisure Centre, on the corner of Gorton Road and Beverley Road Willerby. Car park for these fields is on Beverley Road.

Hessle Park, Boothferry Road

Playing field and playground on Boothferry Road (corner of Beverley Road), opposite Darleys

North Cave Park

All weather surface play park situated opposite the church in North Cave

Norwood Park, Beverley

Park located off Norwood, Beverley, next to Grove Close

Oak Road Playing Field & Park

Large playing field and playground located behind Beverley Road and Clough Road, Hull. Access from Beresford Avenue off Beverley Road or from Oak Road off Clough Road

Pearson Park

Large park and play area located off Princes Avenue, Hull

Peter Pan Park

Park within the grounds of Costello playing fields, between Pickering Road and Anlaby Park Road North.

Also a lovely coffee shop, The Peloton, at Warners gym next to the park, and the cafe in the park is open on certain dates.

The park has now re-opened after refurbishment.

Pickering Park

Located between Pickering Road and Hessle Road, Hull.

Good selection of playgrounds and a boating lake.

Princess Elizabeth Playing Fields

Playing fields located on Beverley High Road, Hull (corner of Hall Road)

Queen’s Gardens

Hull City Centre, alongside Guildhall Road. No play area but nice gardens for a picnic or a rest while in town

Skidby Mill Field and Play Area

Located behind Skidby Windmill, a large field with wooden play equipment, plus small tree mazes and wild flowers. Park in the Skidby windmill car park and it’s straight through the gate on the left. Nice cafe at The Sails with outdoor seats next to the park.

Also a small playground in Skidby village.

South Cave Playground

Small playground located next to the Sports Centre, Church Street, South Cave

Sutton Road Playground

Located on Sutton Road, between Holwell Road and Leads Road junctions, Hull.

Good size park and field with new play equipment

Swanland Park

Large park and field with good equipment. Located off West Leys Road on West Wold, large car park in front of the scout hut.

Swanland Playground

Located behind the Village Hall, Main Street. Also a duck pond to see in front of the Village Hall

Victoria Dock Playground

Playground and field, on South Bridge Road, Hull

Willerby Well Lane Playground

Small playground but all equipment great for younger children, located on Well Lane (corner of Bellfield Drive), opposite the farm

West Park

The largest park in West Hull. Corner of Anlaby Road and Walton Street

Woodhall Way Playground, Beverley

Good play area and field located on Woodhall Way (on the bend) near Molescroft pavillion

Wymersley Park

Large park located on Wymersley Road, corner of Willerby Road, Hull. Good equipment for young children and separate area for older children