Children's play area, Multi use games area (MUGA), Skate park, tennis courts (courts are free), football pitch, pitch and putt, bowling green, toilets, visitors centre and community centre. Two large reservoirs for licensed fishing.
There is also an outdoor centre
with various activities including dinghy sailing, kayaking, canoeing and much more.
Book a football pitch
This park has 1 senior football pitch.
View the terms & conditions before continuing with a request.
The prices are listed within the form - book a football pitch and we'll contact you about availability.
Land in the vicinity of Debdale Park was acquired in the 1820's by the local Water Company and the construction of the first of two reservoirs began. The City Council purchased the Water Company's land in 1851 and acquired further land on the south side of one of the reservoirs in 1874 and 1875, initially to safeguard the supply of water to residents of the area. After the Great War of 1914-1918, this area was allocated for recreational use and work was undertaken to transform this area of land into a formal Park. Use of the reservoirs as a water supply for the City lasted until discontinued in 1963.
Green Flag Community Award 2014.
To be eligible for a Green Flag award a park or green space must be welcoming, safe and well maintained with a strong involvement from the local community
Friends of the Park
The Friends of Debdale Park are local people who not only volunteer to help in the upkeep of the park but work to develop its potential as a resource for the whole community.