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Playgrounds are a free and fun way to entertain your children safely outdoors, and with a number of different playgrounds available in Middlesbrough there's something for children of all ages.

Locations of playgrounds

  • Albert Park (Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 3LB)
  • Ayresome Gardens (Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 4LF)
  • Bishopton Road
  • Bonnygrove Park
  • Brabourn Gardens
  • Broughton Avenue
  • Charlbury Road
  • Cypress Road
  • Glebe Road Recreation Ground
  • Hemlington Recreation Ground (Cass House Road, Middlesbrough, TS8 9QW)
  • Henry Street Recreation Ground
  • Heywood Street Laycock Park
  • Kader Avenue
  • Lansdowne Road
  • Lingfield Farm
  • Millbrook Avenue
  • Netherfields Community Centre
  • Newham Grange Leisure Farm (Wykeham Way, Middlesbrough, TS8 0TG)
  • Newham Way
  • Pallister Park (Cottingham Drive, Middlesbrough, TS3 8HW)
  • Saltersgill Field
  • Saltwells Road
  • Sandringham Road
  • St Paul's Road
  • Stainton Way
  • Stewart Park (The Grove, Marton-in-Cleveland, Middlesbrough, TS7 8AR)
  • The Avenue
  • Thorntree Park (Spencerfield Crescent, Middlesbrough, TS3 9HR)
  • Westbourne Park
  • Whisperdale Court

Map of playgrounds

If you're struggling with this map, the parks shown are also available as a list above, or you can view the map on Google Maps

Problems with playground equipment

Council-owned play areas undergo regular inspections to ensure that the equipment, surface, furniture and general area are in a safe condition for public use. All inspectors are ROSPA trained to identify hazards with play equipment. Zurich Municipal also carries out a safety check/structural survey on all equipment on a 6 monthly basis, so that all equipment is up to national standard requirements.

You can use Report It to report any problems with play areas in Middlesbrough.

Button linking to the online form to report problems

Alternatively, you can contact the Environment Contact Centre on 01642 726001.