Castle Hills Park is home to some iconic outdoor scenery, including the remains of an ancient motte and bailey castle.
Due to Covid-19 (Coronavirus), please note that during national lockdown restrictions, outdoor gyms, sports courts and other sports facilities are closed (for example skate parks, Multi-use games areas and basketball areas).
Playgrounds, walking routes and nature walks will remain open, but social distancing must be followed in all these areas.
Please respect the park – take your litter home with you or use the bins provided and pick up waste after your dog.
You can continue to use green spaces responsibly, please respect other visitors - do not visit if you have any symptoms, use your own hand sanitiser regularly and adhere to government guidance as detailed on the Coronavirus advice pages.
Things to see at Castle Hills Park
- public memorial
- the remains of an ancient motte and bailey castle
Getting to the park
The park is next to Castle Hills Avenue, between Doncaster Road and Church Street. The postcode for Castle Hills Avenue is S64 0HJ.
Whilst the park doesn't have its own car park, you can use the Travel South Yorkshire journey planner if you're travelling by bus. To do so, just enter where you're going from and to (Castle Hills Avenue).
To see the area surrounding the park, check out the following Google Maps view:
Parks and outdoor spaces
For a list of parks and outdoor spaces in Doncaster, how to report an issue and how to apply for a memorial in one of these spaces, visit our parks and outdoor spaces page.