One of the city’s eastern most parks, Alderman Kneeshaw Recreation Ground can be accessed via Amethyst Road or Valiant Drive.
The site is home to -
- a children’s playground
- seasonal water play
- outdoor gym
- jogging route taking in the hills on two sides of the park
Be part of the Alderman Kneeshaw community
Did you know that like many of our major parks and recreation grounds, Alderman Kneeshaw has a Friends group comprised of dedicated local volunteers who are working to make Alderman Kneeshaw a focal point for the HU9 community. You can find out more about the Friends of Alderman Kneeshaw Park by following their Facebook and Instagram pages below and if you want to get involved you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy the playground at Alderman Kneeshaw Recreation Ground
Alderman Kneeshaw Recreation Ground is home to a play area and seasonal water play area. Find out more information about what equipment is available in the play area and our COVID play area guidance by visiting our Playgrounds and Play Areas page below
Outdoor Gym and Outdoor Sports at Alderman Kneeshaw Recreation Ground
Did you know that Alderman Kneeshaw Recreation Ground was home to an outdoor gym? There are loads of ways to get active and stay fit outdoors at Alderman Kneeshaw.
You can use the outdoor gym, go running along the various running routes to keep yourself strong, healthy all year round. Find out more about our outdoor gyms by visiting the Outdoor Sports Activities below.
Sports at Alderman Kneeshaw
As well as the outdoor gym and running routes, Alderman Kneeshaw is home to a number of sports clubs and activities including Baseball and these clubs are on the lookout for new members. Find out more about what sports clubs are based at Alderman Kneeshaw by clicking on the Leisure Partners link below.
parkrun at Alderman Kneeshaw
In addition to these activities, Alderman Kneeshaw Recreation Ground is home to a Junior Parkrun. The Junior Parkrun is aimed at 4 to 14 year olds and is a 2km course which youngsters can run, jog, skip or walk either on their own or in the company of a parent.