Eastwood Park

Eastwood Park is situated within the Hasland ward of Chesterfield in north-eastern Derbyshire. Opened in 1913, the 6 hectare park is approximately one and half miles from Chesterfield town centre and is easily accessed on foot, bicycle and by vehicle from Eastwood Park Drive in Hasland and parking is free.

In 2012 the park underwent a total restoration funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Sport England and Chesterfield borough council in time for a relaunch of the park in its centenary year.

Visitor facilities include a play area with equipment for children of all ages and abilities, an outdoor gym, community garden, bowls green, multi use games area, cricket square, garden areas, pentanque piste, village hall with a varied entertainment programme and a sports pavilion with public toilets and community room available for hire. A catering van is situated on site from March to October offering good quality drinks and fresh food and snacks. The development officer based at the site runs various events and activities over the course of the year.

Park Facilities

Allotment
Bowling
Children's Play Area
Dog Free Area
Events
Fitness Equipment
Football Pitch
Free parking
Historic Building
Multi Use Games Area
Picnic Area
Public Sculpture
Public Transport Links
Skate Park
Tennis Court
Toilets
Walking Routes
Wildflower Area
Football Pitch
Green Flag
Award Winner
Managing Organisation
Chesterfield Borough Council
Contact
Gary McCarthy
Telephone
01246 345 097