Located in the Beaumont Park area of Huddersfield a couple of miles outside the town centre, the park was Huddersfield's first public park and officially opened in October 1883.
The park is a fine example of a Victorian park, made up of a medium sized woodland area, network of paths, large bandstand with surrounding grassed areas and a visitor centre which is run by the Park's Friends voluntary group.
Due to the design (some sloping paths), position of the park (alongside a housing estate) and fairly narrow approach roads, it is probably more suited to smaller events. For more information and advice, contact our Parks team.
|Price||From £53 to £110 per day|
|Electricity supply||Yes (in bandstand).|
|Toilets||Public toilets available during the day (not evenings). The visitor centre has a wheelchair accessible toilet available when the centre is open.|
The upper part of the Park on the main drive is accessible but the lower sections are quite steep in places and the paths are difficult for wheelchair users and those with mobility issues If you would like to hire this space.