Killinghall Moor Country Park

Open all year round, this 25-acre country park consists of woodland, heathland and open grass areas and is popular with wildlife enthusiasts.

There are no formal planting schemes in the park, which is a conservation area where residents and visitors can enjoy the beauty of it native birds and wildlife.


The park has six football pitches, and a pavilion with shower and changing facilities.


You reach the park via the main entrance signposted from Jenny Field Drive. For disabled visitors, much of the site can be enjoyed from the main footpaths, which can be accessed via the main entrance off Barberry Close.


The site provides ample free parking in car parks that are locked each evening.