Parks and recreation
Join our mailing list to find out about activities and volunteering opportunities with Luton’s Parks and Countryside team.
Can you find the six robins hiding in Wardown Park Arboretum? Click the button to download the sheet or pick one up in Wardown Museum between the 3 and 21 December.
Luton has lots of parks and open spaces and, at its edge, the scenic beauty of the Chilterns.
And, if you're a golfer, we have one of the best public courses in the region.
Allotment gardening provides a wide range of benefits to communities and the environment. To rent an allotment or to report a problem please contact our Parks department.Find out more about allotments
BIG Lottery funding
We were successful in its bid to The Big Lottery Fund. Find out how we'll use the money.More about Big Lottery funding
Trees: maintenance and trimming
Trees on council owned land fall under the responsibility of the Parks and Countryside team. Trees that are on privately owned land do not.More about tree maintenance
Luton Friends of Parks and Green Spaces
As a result of the town’s long and continuous history of park improvement, 7 of our park's have a Green Flag Award.More about Luton Friends of Parks and Green Spaces
Luton's parks survey
Tell us what you think about your local park, green space or the park you visit most often, by completing this short survey.Parks user satisfaction survey
Parks and open spaces
Luton has a variety of parks ranging from district park, neighbourhood park, local open space and leisure gardens.Parks and open spaces in Luton
If you are interested in bowls, cricket or football you can play at a number of places in Luton.More about sports in parks
We manage 47 playgrounds, catering for age groups ranging from four to twelve years.Find a facility near you
Report a problem
Report a problem in a park or open space including trees, grass cutting or litter in parks.Report a problem in a park or open space