Golden Acre Park?is a public park between?Adel?and?Bramhope,?Leeds,?West Yorkshire,?England?(grid reference?SE267417), administered by?Leeds City Council. It is on the?A660?Otley Road and covers an area of 137 acres (55?ha).
It opened as a privately run amusement park in 1932 with a miniature railway, swimming pool and boating lake, but closed during the Second World War and was taken over by the Council in 1945. The lake was formed by damming Adel Beck and was larger than at present.
The park is on the east side of the?A660 road. On the west side is a car park and?Breary Marsh?nature reserve, with a pedestrian tunnel under the road joining them to the main park. The?Leeds Country Way?passes through the park, and the?Meanwood Valley Trail?links the park to?Woodhouse Moor.