A widely used formal Edwardian park within Matlock town centre, bounded by the River Derwent. This park provides formal leisure activities including tennis, bowls, a putting green, skate-park, paddling pool with water jets, children's play area, miniature railway and a small boating lake, but is also a traditional park with mature trees and formal flower beds. It also contains a cafe, clock tower and bandstand. Hall Leys Park forms part of the formal flood defence scheme by providing an overflow capacity for the river in times of severe flood.
Open all the time
Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3AP
Map reference: SK 298602 Lat: 53.13813 Long: -1.55598
Parking : with charge
Accessible by Public Transport : Matlock station