Best Parks in Tameside

Expert recommended Top 3 Parks in Tameside, 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!


235 Stamford Street, Stalybridge, Tameside SK15 1QZ Directions

Floral and Shrub Beds, Greenhouse, Skatepark, Sports, Picnic Shelters and Tables, Playgrounds, Kids Play Areas, Gardens, Woodland Area, Childrens Play Area, Boating Lake, Walking, Duck Pond, Fishing, Volleyball Courts, Green Space, Multi-Use Games, Cafe & Playground Balls

Stamford Park is a 19th-century public park which occupies about 26 hectares. Park has a deep horticultural heritage and a fantastic year-round show of formal planting. There is always something to see in the park, from evergreen shrubs in the winter to spectacular tulip displays in the spring and the colourful herbaceous border in the summer. The park has play equipment to fit a wide range of ages from cradle swings for children to a zip wire and pyramid slide for older kids. It offers short trips for adults and children around the park, boarding the train near the playground for children.


Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

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33 Acres Lane, Stalybridge, Tameside SK15 2JR Directions

Since 1835

Walking Trails, Priory Tennis Club, Playgrounds, Monuments, Wooded and Play Area, Open Space Areas, Gardens, Dog Parking, Restrooms, Green Space, Bike Riding, Stone Benches, Picnic Shelters, Statues, Fountains, Waterfalls & Event Conducting Areas

'Cheetham Park' is a green and peaceful oasis, a few minutes walk from the bustling commercial centre of Stalybridge. The park has an enclosed play area for the younger visitors as well as equipment are for older children situated on an adjacent elevated spot. The quiet walks within the sanctuary are popular with families as well as bird watchers. One of the more popular attractions in the park is the children’s play area. The trail includes all the main features of Cheetham Park used as an outdoors classroom by local schools.


Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

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Higham Lane, Hyde, Tameside SK14 5LR Directions

Since 1980

Running, Mountain Cycles, Horse Riding, Open Space Areas, Picnic Shelters, School Visits, Basketball, Wildlife, Playgrounds, Dog Parking, Tennis, Green Space, Gardens, Volleyballs, Volleyball Courts, Walking Trails & Jogging

'Werneth Low Country Park has 200 acres country park provides panoramic views across Manchester and beyond to Liverpool. Recreation facilities available in the Park include surfaced footpaths, horse riding and cycle routes, picnic areas, viewfinders, informal gardens, and at many locations seats are provided for visitors to rest and take time to appreciate this unique area. Welcome visits from schools and can assist with helping to bring to life various aspects of the curriculum.


Tue, Sat & Sun 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Mon, Wed - Fri Closed

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