Leon Recreation Ground

This park is a large, roughly rectangular area covering over 40,000 square metres. Developed in the late 19th and early 20th century, it is one of the oldest parks in Milton Keynes, built on land donated by Sir Herbert Leon. Various recreational facilities are located in the Northern half of the park.

Facilities

  • Children’s play areas with a variety of equipment including swings and slides.
  • Paved “kickabout” area with goals providing an all year round facility for ball sports.
  • Skateboard ramps.
  • Pagoda style shelter.
  • Park Gym.
  • Football Goals.
  • Flower meadows.

How to get there:

Leon Recreation Ground can be accessed on foot from Queensway, Leon Avenue and Eaton Avenue in Bletchley.

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Last Updated: 26 February 2020