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#1 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
... are all great AND FREE!! Jesmond has wonderful walks and a children's animal area and play ground - great area for picnics but has a reasonable cafe' - great for birds and tree's - river runs through park too.
With so much wild life and floral and fauna to enjoy as you stroll around the expanse of glorious nature, your trouble and worries can easily be forgotten.
#2 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Stunning nature reserve, wonderful kept grounds with the lake area for insects, butterflies birds etc... Great for bird watching.
This is an excellent wildlife park, with great walks, lots of animals to see with a children’s park and conservation area.
Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens Belsay, UK 1.5 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Belsay
Simply stunning and beautiful gardens where it's a pleasure to walk around all day and enjoy the nature.
- And the gardens are something else! Forget the contrived gardens you see in so may stately homes and go see the Quarry Garden here, it really is fabulous, like something out of Jurrassic Park!
Saltwell Park Gateshead 3.2 km away
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Gateshead
A beautiful victorian park Great walks in any weather Pets corner for little ones boating lake Wonderful gardens A great ace to vist
... birds and a lovely rose garden theres also a lake ware you can take out the paddle boats and the bigger boats you can also picnic as well as a lovely cafe further up in the park so its a good family all day out.
#3 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
As we live nearby I jog in this park almost every morning - beautiful scenery and fresh air to breath - perfect!
... are all starting to change due to the time of year The lake had a few fishermen who seemed to be doing well with their catches My son loved the play park which was being renovated and enjoyed the walk around.
#4 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
The selection of birds and small animals will keep them amused for ages and, when interest wanes, there is a play-park close by.
Along with the park, Dene and cafe it's a great spot to come for a few hours, particularly with children
#5 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Fantastic park to visit lots of open space, with play area for children to enjoy, lovely walks an Italian resteraunt and The Coffee Cart serving fresh coffee and fab ice cream Great day had by all
We came for a stroll around the park and we were very impressed just like how a park should be.Its huge and you can spend many an hour here....great for walks and has a nice calm tranquil feel to it.
#6 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Well maintained and clean facilities, park staff and volunteers are always busy maintaining this excellent resource for all to enjoy the wild life and beautiful flower beds.
Nice very clean park loads of wildlife for the kids to see and of course it's a park adventure is the key for young children very quiet and a river flowing threw.
#7 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
The weather helped as it was a glorious day and it was wonderful seeing the park being used by such a wide variety of people.
With baby in town, and a tasty ice cream purchased from the van by the entrance to the park, there are a series of routes and delights on every turn.
#8 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Paddy Freemans Park is very easy to get to, by Car or public transport, Great lake for model speed boats and Wild Life.
The park is fantastic for families and children, tidily kept, well maintained and cared for by the local authority.
#9 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
In there we've seen deer, frogs, herons, wild ducks, swans, wood peckers, field mice, squirrels.... great for children to learn to love nature too :) Recently discovered that you can walk very close to the factory...
If you venture towards to back of the park (near Sage) there's some great paths to explore through the wooded area.
#10 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Narrow winding approach road and small car park keep this garden attraction enjoyable.
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#12 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
We enjoyed a great walk from the main car park near the Hedley Cafe along the historic waggon-way passing the cottage where George Stephenson was born (National Trust) returning alongside the River Tyne.
between Wylam and Newburn the park is well maintained an offers a variety of walks and play areas for kids.
#13 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Nuns Moor Park is one of the popular park at the west end of Newcastle almost adjacent to BBC Radio/TV station.
I love this park.
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#15 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Watergate Forest Park Gateshead 3.9 km away
#3 of 10 Nature & Parks in Gateshead
Watergate Park is a very good place to visit with reference to views & nature, its quite a pleasant walk around the Lake & everyone speaks, so its very friendly, also walks through the woods, this is must visit we...
Love going running through the park! very scenic, peaceful and genuinely lovely!
#4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Gateshead
Having a 7-year old son means i've been to just about every possible skate/scoot/cycle park there is in the North-East, and i can confidently say that this is the best.
What looks like a warehouse from the outside is a fabulous scooter,BMX, skateboard stunt park.
Riverside Sculpture Park Gateshead 1.6 km away
#10 of 10 Nature & Parks in Gateshead
Dunston (Ace) Acer Pond Gateshead 2.4 km away
#8 of 10 Nature & Parks in Gateshead
Gibside Gateshead 9.5 km away
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Gateshead
We saw the main attractions in the park (monument, walled garden, chapel, play areas etc) but also witnessed wonderful views, wandered through woodland and also high up above the river.
We stopped at the strawberry castle play area (excellent outdoor play park with climbing, slides etc), then the low ropes (which our children were just big enough to manage and thoroughly enjoy), den building, out...
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Whickham
Drive to the front street in Whickham and park at the Bridle Path pub as you can't park at the garden itself.
Groundworks Gateshead Gateshead 3.8 km away
#9 of 10 Nature & Parks in Gateshead
WWT Washington Wetland Centre Washington 11.7 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Washington
In the centre of the park is wooded area with pathways and wood platforms taking you to secluded ponds and waterways, certainly worth the detour if you want to see some of the shyer birds.
The play park, pond dipping and water features were also popular (pleased I dressed them in wellies and waterproof trousers!) and both had a go at crafts in the afternoon in the visitor centre for a small extra co...