Countryside and Parks

As well as having easy access to the North Yorkshire Moors and Yorkshire Dales National Parks Tees Valley offers many woodland parks, nature reserves and gardens - take a stroll, enjoy a picnic, relax and enjoy the fresh air.

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  1. Wynyard Woodland Park

    Wynyard Woodland Park

    Large period railway station which acts as an information centre, located at the end of the walkway near Thorpe Thewles. Countryside exhibition, play area and walks.

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    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous Green Flag Award Winner 2007/8 2007
    Type:
    Outdoor and Wildlife Activity
  2. South Park

    South Park

    South Park, after its multi-million pound restoration project it boasts 91 acres of superb gardens, including sensory, rock and rose gardens, a splendid lake, bandstand, new play areas, skateboard park and seasonal bistro.

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    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous Green Flag Award Winner 2007/8 2007
    Type:
    Municipal Park
  3. Ropner Park

    Ropner Park

    Ropner Park is one of the region's most impressive Victorian parks and has recently been awarded a major grant through the Heritage Lottery Fund to see its restoration.

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    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous Green Flag Award Winner 2007/8 2007
    Type:
    Municipal Park
  4. Portrack Marsh

    Portrack Marsh

    As the name suggests this is a marshy area, with birds such as Lapwing, Redshank, Mute Swan, Gulls, Heron, Coot, Moorhen, Tufted Duck, etc all being present. This can be a great place to spend a few hours of quiet birding.

    Type:
    Lake / Reservoir
  5. Guisborough Forest and Walkway

    Guisborough Forest and Walkway

    The visitor centre is an interpretive and educational centre and runs a full programme of family events throughout the year.

    Type:
    Forest
  6. Cowpen Bewley Woodland Park

    Cowpen Bewley Woodland Park

    The Borough's most recent visitors centre opened in 2000. The recently planted 300 acres, is one of the regions newest woodlands.

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    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous Green Flag Award Winner 2007/8 2007
    Type:
    Parkland / Woodland Garden
  7. Stillington Forest Park

    Stillington Forest Park

    Woodland, ponds and meadows with a network of paths for pleasant walks.

    Type:
    Parkland / Woodland Garden
  8. Paddock Farm Water Gardens

    Paddock Farm Water Gardens

    A collection of 9 individually designed gardens including small waterfall, large Koi pond, oriental pagoda, granite statue, flowing stream, Mediterranean Courtyard and Woodmans Lodge. Tearoom for refreshments. Advice on plants, ponds and fish.

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    Type:
    Water Garden
  9. Rossmere Park

    Rossmere Park

    Rossmere Park is a 4 hectare park located in the Owton Manor / Rossmere Ward, 1.6km from Hartlepool.

    Type:
    Bird Watching
  10. Honey Potts Wood

    Honey Potts Wood

    Young woodland with picnic area and grassed paths with quiet walks.

    Type:
    Parkland / Woodland Garden
  11. British Waterways' Tees Barrage

    British Waterways' Tees Barrage

    The building of the Tees Barrage has created a deep, clean waterway, making the river an excellent venue for watersports. Thanks to the barrage, the Tees is now a grade 'A' 2 star river!

    Type:
    Bird Watching
  12. Zetland Park, Redcar

    Zetland Park, Redcar

    Zetland Park, Redcar. Situated at the end of Park Avenue. Home to a childrens play area, tennis courts and a bowling Green.

    Type:
    Garden
  13. Locke Park

    Locke Park

    Locke Park is situated off Corporation Road, Redcar. It is home to a boating lake, tennis courts, childrens play area, and gardens.

    Type:
    Garden
  14. Burn Valley Gardens

    Burn Valley Gardens

    Opened in 1898, provides the town's central green belt area. Children's playground and bowls. A walkway takes you through the family wood and on to Ward Jackson Park.

    Type:
    Parkland / Woodland Garden
  15. Albert Park

    Albert Park

    100 acre park, facilities include children and teenage play area, boating lake, roller skating rink, visitor centre and cafe, fishing platforms and sports facilities.

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    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous Green Flag Award Winner 2007/8 2007
    Type:
    Parkland / Woodland Garden
  16. Pallister Park

    Pallister Park

    Pallister Park covers approximately 30 acres of open parkland. The site offers an impressive range of facilities including play areas, floodlit five-a-side, basketball and tennis courts, bowling greens and a park visitor centre.

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    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous Green Flag Award Winner 2007/8 2007
    Type:
    Municipal Park
  17. Flatts Lane Woodland Country Park

    Flatts Lane Woodland Country Park

    Woodland country park of 100 acres of woodland and scrub. Visitor centre with exhibition showing the past, present and future landscape. Shop and picnic site and play area.

    Type:
    Country / Royal Park
  18. Coatham Stob

    Coatham Stob

    This is a new woodland planted on arable farm land. It is an interesting place to visit if only to see how new woodlands are created.

    Type:
    Parkland / Woodland Garden
  19. Ward Jackson Park

    Ward Jackson Park

    Named after one of the town founders, Ralph Ward Jackson. Facilities include angling, bowls, putting, band concerts, water fountain, flower gardens and lake.

    Type:
    Municipal Park
  20. Nature's World

    Nature's World

    The North of England's Pioneering Eco-Experience. Featuring 25 acres of organic gardens, wildlife pond, white garden, shop, tearoom and unique River Tees model. Futuristic Hydroponicum and Eco centre now open powered by renewable energy.

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    Awards

    • Visit Britain Code of Practice 2010
    • Regional and Miscellaneous Happening Pass Offer 2009Happening Pass Offer

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    Type:
    Enviromental Attraction

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