Best Parks in Stockton On Tees

Expert recommended Top 3 Parks in Stockton On Tees, UK. All of our parks face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes local reviews, history, trading standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and their general excellence. Only the bee's knees!


30 Richmond Road, Stockton on Tees TS18 4EF Directions

Since 1893

Fountain, Tennis Courts, Shelter, Dog Walking, Tennis Courts, Duck Pond, Bowls Club, Picnics Area, Kids Play Area, Cafe, Victorian, Bandstand, Toilets, Large Grassed Areas for Games, Slides & Lake

'Ropner Park' is a real treat at any time of year, so you can walk along the lake or tree-lined avenues and enjoy the stunning floral displays. Has been spent more than 4 million pounds on developing this amazing place. You can easily spend an hour or more walking the many paths around this recently revamped park. Has plenty of space for all family activities and free parking around the edge of the grounds. Enjoy wonderful walks, paved paths, and your dogs can also lead.

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Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Station House, Thorpe Thewles, Stockton on Tees TS21 3JG Directions

Cycling, Planetarium, Railway Track, Cafe, Walking Path, Playground, Toilets, Slides, Picnic Areas, Trees, Flowers, Woodland, Swings, Kids Play Area & Tea Rooms

Wynyard Woodland Park offers excellent walking and cycling route, connecting footpaths to wider parks, including Thorpe Wood local nature reserve, Tilery and Brierley Woods and the beautiful Pickard Meadows. It has the old station house, an excellent café, and stunning woodland setting with a fantastic adventure play area. Simple walking along the old railway line or taking a detour through the woods or the fields. Wheelchair accessible.


Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 9:00 pm

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Seal Sands Link Road, Billingham, Stockton on Tees TS23 3NF Directions

Viewpoint, Bird Watching, Picnic Benches, Walking Area, Playground, Dog Walking, Running, Wildlife, Jogging, Lake, Cafe & Cycling

Cowpen Bewley Woodland Park has large woodland areas planted in the 1990s over 300,000 trees, colourful meadows, streams, wetlands, and open water areas. Over 80 species of bird can be seen, with the lake being home to species such as coot, pochard, sawn, grebe, and tufted duck. Offers a spectacular panorama with views to the coast and Cleveland Hills. See their local habitat, preserved from the man's hand, beautiful views of the lakeside. Has free parking and plenty of space with different walks.


Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 9:00 pm

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