Linney Riverside Park
COVID 19 UPDATE
Please note that our play areas at Housman Crescent, Wheeler Road and Linney have now been closed following Government instructions.
The open areas at Linney and Wheeler Road are still available for daily exercise /fresh air but people must NOT gather in groups at these locations
Linney Riverside Park reopened in March 2012 - click here for more info
The Linney Riverside Park is a great place for family fun. A new and exciting play park was opened in March 2012. Picnic benches, toilets and car parking are all available on site.
There is a gated floating jetty for canoe access to the river.
Ludlow Town Council are proud to be able to provide this fantastic amenity area situated in beautiful surroundings beside the River Teme behind Ludlow Castle. The Council would to thank funding partners Shropshire Council & Friends of Linney Riverside Park, the Big Lottery and Community Spaces for enabling the Council to enhance the facilities to ensure this area can be enjoyed by residents and visitors.
Entry to Linney Riverside park is free. Parking: £1
Check out Environment Agency site to follow the level of the
River Teme at Ludlow