Sandall Park is one of the largest and most picturesque leisure parks in the borough, spanning 19.5 hectares. Located in Wheatley, it boasts a large fishing lake and excellent facilities.
Bentley Park is a fantastic outdoor space steeped in history and renowned for Bentley Pavilion, a beautiful community hall located in the heart of the park.
To apply for memorials in Doncaster Council parks and open green spaces.
The Friends of Cusworth Park was formed in 2006 to support museum and park staff in renovating and rejuvenating Cusworth Park.
Warren House Park is a popular and much used venue for informal recreation.
Informal open spaces are defined by Fields in Trust (formerly National Playing Fields Association (NPFA)) as areas for unsupervised outdoor children’s play.
Follow the links below for details of the borough's parks and open spaces:
Parks and Gardens of Local Historic Interest were identified as part of the Doncaster Unitary Development Plan:
Parks and gardens are registered in order to identify those sites that are of either special or local interest. From town gardens and public parks to the great country estates, such places are an important, distinctive and much cherished part of our inheritance.
The council has the responsibility of maintaining the borough's public parks. For example, we cut the grass, trim hedges, plant shrubs and flowers, clean and inspect them regularly to make sure they are in a good, safe condition for everyone to enjoy. We manage 20 parks in the borough, covering 493 acres of land.