Whitefield Park is located next to Whitefield Metrolink tram station, a short distance from Whitefield town centre and approximately three miles from Bury town centre. The park is a small urban local community park and was first opened as a public park in 1890.
Some significant features include an area at the back of the park planted with trees and wildflowers.
Access to Whitefield Park can be gained via the main entrance on Stanley Road (next to Whitefield Metrolink station) and from other points along Stanley Road.
The entrance to the park is flat, then rises towards the middle and slopes down at the back. There are well-maintained tarmac and cobbled footways throughout the park. The park is accessible to people with disabilities and families with push-chairs.
There is a Metrolink tram station and GMPTE bus station next to the park entrance.
Two crown green bowling greens and two pavilions. For more information see 'More about parks' on the right of this page.
Children's play area.
Multi-play ball zone.
Half ball zone basketball hoop.
Ranger base with toilets (male, female and disabled).