The park is one of the oldest parks in Salford and is in fact the second oldest park in the city, the park provides large open grassed areas which is perfect for many types of leisure activities.
- 3D Astro Turf Pitch (all weather)
- Bowling Green and Pavilion
- Children’s Play Area
- Community Garden
- Grassed Football pitch
- Fitness Zone & Outdoor Gym
- Cage Cricket
- Multi Use Games Area ( MUGA)
- Nature Trail including Braille Plaques - Picnic Area
- 24 hour pedestrian access
Ordsall Park Play Areas
The areas have something for all ages and are divided into different areas.
The first circular fenced area is for the younger children.
The second area is the "Trim Trail"
The third area has a five way swing, helicopter swing and a large cargo net climbing frame
Sports and fitness zone
The Green Gym provides outdoor excercise for all the family, young and old alike.There is a range of equipment available and all free to use.
In the fitness zone there is a range of suspended bars and the area below the bars is made from a soft rubber safer surfacing to help prevent injury. The green fenced area is the Multi Use Games Area known as a MUGA, a dual purpose area for playing both football and basketball
Ordsall Park Bowling Green
Ordsall Park Veterans Bowling Club hold regular practice sessions and matches throughout the season. The bowling green is situated near to the 3D artifical football pitch.
A brand new way of playing cricket. This new facility is the first of its kind as a purpose built facility in the U.K
The ‘cage' is a fenced-off area which is the size of a basketball court. The rules are simple; six people play at once, taking it in turns to bat, bowl and field across four zones. Players compete as individuals but have to work together to win by hitting the ball on the sides of the cage. There is also no external umpire - this means that fielders rotate around the ‘red zone' where they take on the responsibility of calling decisions. The game allows people of all ages to get involved, regardless of where they live or their background. Players are also encouraged to design their own bats and logos, engaging the kind of creativity seen in skateboarding and BMX.
Ordsall Park Community Garden
The garden has been designed to be DDA compliant which means it has been designed to cater for people with disabilities and includes some sensory planting. The garden is intended to be enjoyed by all ages and involvement from the community young and old alike is essential for the garden to last for many years to come and be enjoyed by future generations.
The community garden was designed by the Friends Of Ordsall Park in association with the Salford Rangers Team & Salford City Council. The building & planting was done with the help of volunteers from Friends Of Ordsall Park group, Salford city council & our park ranger.
Get involved with our community garden, do you have a spare hour or two?. Do you enjoy gardening or would like to learn some gardening skills? then Click Here to go to our Contact Us page and get in touch about our next gardening sessions.
Ordsall Park has two football pitches.
A state of the art 3D all weather pitch which is situated between the Craven Drive vehicle entrance and the bowling green.
A normal grass one situated between the sports and fitness zone and the community garden.
For information regarding booking the 3D all weather pitch, please contact:-
Fit City Ordsall Craven Drive Ordsall Salford M5 3DJ Telephone: 0161 848 0646
For information regarding booking the grassed pitch, please contact:-
Salford City Council Telephone: 0161 607 1755