Parks, play areas and open spaces
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE
Update 9 July 2020: Our parks and green spaces currently remain open and there are no plans to close at the moment. The latest Government update to guidance means that people can now exercise as much as they want outdoors and travel to places for outdoor exercise as long as they maintain the correct social distancing rules.
In addition, following the changes to Government guidance from the 4 July 2020 we are now in the process of reopening playgrounds, outdoor gyms and public toilets in parks. This is a gradual process and will happen in phases. In the interest of public safety and social distancing vehicular access to the following parks and playing fields will remain closed until further notice:
East Park (please note car parking and access to East Park is now available at Woodford Leisure Centre)
Oak Road Playing Fields
Massey Street Playing Fields
We thank you for understanding our current guidance, and encourage users to enjoy our parks and other green spaces in a safe and responsible manner. Please act upon the latest guidance on social distancing and good hygiene as recommended by Public Health England.
Hull’s parks are beautiful, relaxing spaces which play host to a range of activities and events enjoyed by the whole community.
We have 100 parks, playing fields and playgrounds as well as an aviary, conservatory and Animal Education Centre. Head to East Park for a memorable encounter with the animals, take a stroll through the beautiful Pearson Park steeped in history, or take a trip to Pickering Park to visit the sensory gardens. Whether it’s a picnic, a kick about or a day out with the family, Hull has all the facilities you could ever need. Our parks are home to a variety of sports clubs, friends groups and community organisations.
Visit our Partners Page to find out more about our parks partners
Select the links below to find out more about what you can do in our major parks in Hull.