Conyngham Hall is surrounded by an area of open parkland offering leisure activities, woodland and riverside walks.

The open grassland is enhanced by mature trees amid a number of seasonal bedding, herbaceous and shrub beds. Woodland areas close to the River Nidd provide a variety of nature walks and are ideal for spotting local wildlife.

Woodland walk

Yorkshire Driftwood, who offer support and creative development opportunities to young people with disabilities, have created a series of beautiful wooden sculptures in the woodland close to Bond End. There are eight sculptures, on the theme of “along the riverbank,” inspired by the book The Wind in the Willows. In all, more than 250 people worked on the project, from volunteers to artists.

Visitor information

Outdoor games are available from March to October. See the games in parks information for opening times and current prices.

  • two tennis courts
  • 18-hole putting
  • 18-hole pitch and putt golf
  • nine-hole crazy golf
  • small adventure trail
  • public toilets
  • woodland sculpture walk

The grounds are open all year round. A pay and display car park is situated in the grounds at the riverside.

The grounds of Conyngham Hall are accessible to most but the entrance to the grounds is via a long gentle slope and there are steep steps in some places. There are toilets at the car park entrance.

Page last updated 16/02/2017