About parkruns in and around Leeds
What are parkruns?
parkruns are free, weekly, 5km timed runs. Organised by volunteers who love running, parkruns are friendly and sociable events, for all abilities, that take place every week in local parks and public spaces. You just need to register before your very first parkrun.
Leeds now has more events
parkrun in Leeds has grown since our first event in Woodhouse Moor started in October 2007. There are now more across the region. Once you've registered with us, you can run any of our events - no need to re-register!
All parkrun events start at 9.00am. We look forward to welcoming you along, but please be sure to bring a printed copy of your barcode (phones don't scan) if you want a time for your run.
The first parkrun outside of London, and one of the first ever parkrun events. Enjoy a fantastic run in Woodhouse Moor.
This event used to be 'Leeds parkrun', but because of the number of events in the area, it changed name to Woodhouse Moor parkrun in early 2015.
Full details on the Woodhouse Moor parkrun website.
A fantastic event in Roundhay Park, Leeds.
Full details on the Roundhay parkrun website.
A two lap course of Temple Newsam Estate.
Full details on the Temple Newsam parkrun website.
Two and a half laps of Cross Flatts park.
Full details on the Cross Flatts parkrun website.
Four loops of Bramley park
Full details on the Bramley parkrun website.
There are a growing number of parkruns in the area, part of the growing UK and worldwide parkrun family. Within 10 miles there are also Oakwell Hall, Bradford, Horton Park, Dewsbury, and Wakefield Thornes parkruns. See the full UK events list and click on 'Yorkshire and Humberside' for many more!