Prince of Wales Park
Prince of Wales Park near Bingley has a variety of footpaths through wooded grounds, with a mix of gentle trails and steeper rambles. The beautiful trees are perfect for a shady stroll, moving out to open heathland towards the centre of the park.
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Prince of Wales Park, Park Drive, Bingley, BD16
All Bradford District Parks are open 365 days a year, 24 hours.
There are woodland footpaths throughout the park area, but unfortunately, these are not wheelchair or pushchair friendly.
From main street Bingley follow Park Road approx 1.5miles. Entrance is on the left by the junction with Lady Lane.
Bus services 615, 616, 622, 623 stop on Otley Road approximately 700 metres from the entrance to Prince of Wales Park. Walk down the Otley Road onto Park Drive to access the park. For bus timetable information contact Metro on 0113 2457676 or www.wymetro.com
Woodland Walks. There are a number of woodland footpaths to enjoy throughout the park.
Friends of Group
Friends of Prince of Wales is an active group which operates with the aim of helping to care, enhance, protect and broaden the enjoyment of their local Park. Please contact the group direct if you are intereted in joining. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in the history of Prince of Wales Park, you might like to download this document which contains detailed information about the park.
Prince of Wales Park (PDF 12kb)
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