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Planes a bonus

Nice place to take a walk. Easy path for walkers, pushchairs or wheelchairs. Free parking is a... read more

Reviewed 8 September 2018
1952gg
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Leeds, United Kingdom
Go out and do some rock hunting

This is a great place to go with the children and do the latest craze of rock hiding. There are... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2018
Sal7thomp
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Leeds, United Kingdom
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Cemetery Road | Yeadon, Leeds, England
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All reviews leeds bradford airport bmx track planes taking off and landing sailing club an ice cream van feed the ducks nice walk airport runway play area popular with dog walkers public toilets high street walk around zip wire car park great place to walk information boards
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Reviewed 8 September 2018

Nice place to take a walk. Easy path for walkers, pushchairs or wheelchairs. Free parking is a bonus these days. Free venue, another plus. Great view of Leeds Bradford planes.

Thank 1952gg
Reviewed 1 September 2018

This is a great place to go with the children and do the latest craze of rock hiding. There are loads to be found here and the children have great fun here.

Thank Sal7thomp
Reviewed 29 August 2018

No one seems to clean up their dogs mess, LCC need to enforce those who fail to pick up. Unless I hear of a big change in dog owners not picking up I will give this a miss in future.

Thank Paganman84
Reviewed 26 August 2018

We have been here a few times recently, the park has been updated which has gone down well with my Children. It now has a zip wire which is loads of fun. The place is just beautiful any time of day, can always see the...More

1  Thank SLAN24
Reviewed 19 August 2018

A nice place to come walk around the lake (tarn), see the dicks and swans and enjoy an ice cream,, sadly but not surprisingly (given its close to the runway), it does get interrupted by the noice of planes taking off and landing from LBA.

2  Thank Russell S
Reviewed 4 August 2018 via mobile

Came here today with my husband and step son and I have to say it really is one of the best free attractions I have been to. To start off... parking is free and plentiful and there are different entrances in to the park.The play...More

3  Thank Andrena007
Reviewed 3 August 2018

Yeadon Tarn known as Yeadon Dam) is a park open to the public every day. It is great to walk all the way around the circular route about 3/4 mile. The boat lake sits in the middle.The Yeadon Sailing club is based here and is...More

1  Thank Whackend
Reviewed 31 July 2018

A public park with a lake which has a boat club using it. Close to Yeadon airport, with the runway only 200m away, good for plane spotters. A trail goes around the lake with good information at points of interest on wild life.

Thank Charles L
Reviewed 26 July 2018 via mobile

Now the park has been renovated it is much nicer. Free and plentiful parking, a nice stroll around the lake (3/4 of a mile) which is just nice for little ones. You can feed the ducks, geese and swans and watch the aeroplanes as you...More

1  Thank Kimberley H
Reviewed 22 July 2018

We haven’t been here for quite a while so, as it was a lovely day and we were close by, we popped in. It was pretty busy with people enjoying the sunshine, and the lake looked at its best. The wildflower meadow was also lovely...More

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fredCdunn
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Response from Jules B |
I agree I now own a mobile barista coffee bar and am trying to find out how to trade to sell freshly ground coffee, tea's, hot chocolate etc but it's a minefield
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mr_b_binns
I Note with horror that one reviewer mentioned that they were flying their daughters drone at Yeadon Tarn. Whist not wanting to be a kill joy, this is an absolute NO NO so close to the airport and is against the Law. I fly model aeroplanes as a hobby, I am a member of the British Model Flying Association and pay to have 3rd party insurance. I only fly in areas designated as safe to fly. Leeds City Council Bye Laws also prohibit the flying of model aircraft in their Parks. If this was a small drone, it is not suitable for flying out of doors, loss of control of drones what ever size near full size aircraft could be catastrophic. We as responsible modeler are finding it hard enough to keep permissions for flying sites without giving authorities reasons to ban our sport. For legislation look at the web for dronesafe.uk/drone-code/ you could go to jail for five years if you do not comply.
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Response from mr_b_binns | Reviewed this property |
Q1w2e3r41 has said this doesn't seem like a question? Quite right it was an observation and comment on some ones dangerous activities at the tarn. If I have offended you by using an incorrect protocol I apologise but if you... More
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Kevin W
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Response from neilpark74 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry not to have answered earlier. There are multiple car parks and space possible for 70-80 cars all in all
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