- Scarlet Heights, BD13
- Open 24 hours a day, all year round
- Walking routes
Littlemoor Park, Scarlet Heights, BD13
With open wooded areas, it’s perfect for walking and soaking up the surrounding nature.
A purpose-built structure used for community-led planting.
Static posts are available throughout the site.
Once the property of the Foster family, this park housed an elegant mansion in its expansive grounds, fondly referred to by locals as “Littlemoor Castle” due to its striking resemblance to one. Littlemore Castle graced Queensbury for a mere 45 years. Constructed in 1891 for Herbert Anderton Foster, the grandson of John Foster, the visionary behind Queensbury’s renowned Black Dyke Mills.
The mansion had 40 bedrooms, a basement with a tiled pool, and unique features like a billiard room organ and a conservatory with a thriving banana tree. The 30-acre park included a pond with sticklebacks and occasional trout, drawing winter skaters.
Find out more, visit the links below:
Visit the Friends of Bradford District Parks page to find out more about the Friends of Littlemoor Park.
Visit the things to do area for details of all events.
Friends of Littlemoor Park
The Friends of Littlemoor Park organise various events throughout the year, which are regularly posted on the Friends Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Devonshire-Park/1417791234908682 https://www.facebook.com/littlemoorpark
Orienteering events run by Airienteers
Airienteers organise orienteering events in Airedale and Wharfedale. For more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/airienteers