|Region||Yorkshire and Humberside|
|Club||South Yorkshire Orienteers|
|Carpark location||No car park - park on residential roads.|
Coronation Park was originally opened in the 1930 but was renamed Coronation Park in 1953 to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The park covers just over 2 and a half hectares and is owned and maintained by Rotherham Borough Council. The course is funded by Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council and maps are available free of charge.
There are 3 orienteering courses to choose from: very easy (0.5km), easy (1.1km) and medium (1.4km) plus the "Find them all challenge" (how quickly can you find all the controls). Answer sheets available.
Other Things to do in the Area
Coronation Park has a children’s play area, fitness apparatus and MUGA (multi use games area). There are also tennis courts and a bowling green open to the public.
Maps Available From
Download maps free of charge.
- Wheelchair accessible
- White and/or yellow standard controls suitable for beginners
- Orange and/or light green standard controls suitable for people with some experience