There is an outdoor bowling green on the park where you can try your hand, and for the more serious bowler, membership to the club is available. Many tournaments are held throughout the year culminating in a trophy presentation evening at the end of the bowling season.
The River Wharfe, which provides fantastic fishing, is only a few hundred yards away and can be accessed via a public footpath close to the park. A leisurely stroll along the river bank is a must on a glorious hot summers day.
Our ‘Stables’ bar and restaurant has a warm, friendly atmosphere and is ideal for meeting friends, old and new, over a beverage and a traditional home cooked meal.
For the keen bird watcher, cast your eyes in the sky any day of the week and you will see the spectacular sight of the Red Kites soaring over Maustin Park. These are formidable birds of prey that were released into the wild from Harewood House Bird Garden some years ago.
If you are inclined to ‘explore’ there are a myriad of walks and cycle trails through the beautiful countryside that surrounds the park. Local stables provide the opportunity to trek the valley and picturesque terrain by horse back. Dogs are allowed on the park but must be kept on a lead at all times.
Close to the newly relayed bowling greens we have installed a day room which offers visitors information about the local attractions and wildlife as well as offering a library, snooker and pool table.