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Trentham Gardens Trentham
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Trentham
Really loved our visit here, stunning gardens, beautiful lake, barefoot walk, maze, flower area, hedge maze, play park, grass area, picnic spots, lots of wildlife and cafes, literally something for everyone!
Visited today 7/8/2016 Had a great day out weather was superb the kids and wife loved the bare foot walk The park was brill and I loved the gardens had our picnic by the Italian gardens away from the crowds was lo...
#2 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
Beautiful part of Staffordshire - peace & quiet - romantic - historic - magical - relaxing - ice cream - chained oak - curse - Alton - Towers - Earl of Shrewsbury - nature - watery lakes - mill - climbing - owls -...
Went today and loved it, nice and flat for walk beautiful lake, was well worth a visit, our dog really enjoyed it and there’s a pub in the car park called ramblers Retreat were you can get food and drink.
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Biddulph
You can also park on the country park carpark (which is also lovely for a free walk around the large woods, to see the cave, the big rock and the lake).
There is a large car park and a garden shop where you can buy garden ornaments and plants, including some unusual ones.
#4 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
Live quite close to Westport lake, lovely area for walking, lots of joggers, people just connecting with nature, volunteers helping keep everything tidy, lots of events during the holidays teaching conservation, g...
There is an adventure playground for kids the car park, and there is easy access to the canal towpath running alongside the lakes for cyclists and walkers.
#5 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
The park was very exciting and my young grandchildren had a fantastic full day First we visited the monkeys they are so close and easy to spot The keepers have an abundance of knowledge Picnic area Jean and hot dr...
... friendly and approachable and my nephew loved seeing the monkeys so close there are a couple of play parks as well for the little ones which my little nephew enjoyed, we had lunch in the Banana cafe which i fe...
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Biddulph
Nice walks my fav Reservoir for beauty & birds by the Bridge in winter in fact if you park at top car park you can walk Serpentine & Knypersley Res
In the park stands a gothic tower, a magical well, a beautiful waterfall, gawtons healing rock and an aboretum.
#7 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
There is always something going on, funfairs, teddybears picnics, To walk around the park is lovely and peaceful, it is kept very clean and tidy, there is a paddling pool and childrens play area, it is a pleasure...
Lovely park and play area for children, I take my grandchildren and they love it, especially the 6 weeks holidays they loved going on the canoe and kayak, and the explorer days
#8 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
A beautiful well laid out park with a relaxing lake area a pleasant tea room located in the parks pavilion and a good play area and 2 fountains
A very beautiful park and great place to walk around.
#9 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
There is fantastic parking here at Stoke ski slope, and fairly priced aswell, the businesses around here struggle parking and it's been great having Stoke ski to donate some of their car park for us.
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Biddulph
Lovely country park with extensive woodland paths and streams with bridges nice place to visit it you fancy a nice summer day walk
73 acres of woodland trails, lake, streams and nature at its very best, spend 1 hour or several, exploring the different woodland trails.
#11 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
The pathways are well maintained and it is beautiful walking through Hanley park.
I know of this canal that enters Hanley Park and have walked along it as it winds towards Hanley.
#12 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
Nice walk round the lake, great park and Plaza skatepark which our teenage son loves as he is a scooter fanatic !! Little cafe for snacks but close enough to Hanley to walk in for lunch
Nature, play areas, skate park, football pitches, lake, lots of walks, great links to the city, toilets and tuck shop.
Apedale Community Country Park Newcastle-under-Lyme 6.4 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Newcastle-under-Lyme
Now that its a Country Park the paths are well maintained and there are the added attractions of the Heritage and Visitor Centres.
This was once a open cast site,but, now a interesting nature reserve, great views over the city from the top,also, on site.
#13 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
Clean park,with few entrances on differents busy roads where you can park.You cannot hear traffic and will be taken back by how big it is.Always felt safe walking and running there,brill views from the top and all...
Great park with amazing views!
#14 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
Absolutely brilliant fun day help by the scouts lots of fun for kids, and the Park is also lovely to have a walk around and the play areas are all clean an tidy
I often walk the two dogs around the huge lake and find the park very well kept and it will be lovely in the summer as plenty of picnic space!
Jumbo Fun and Play Newcastle-under-Lyme 4.1 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Newcastle-under-Lyme
... top 10 places to take kids in the area They have free parking at the back but if your like me and rubbish at getting in spaces the car park opposite is only £2.10 for 2 hours and there’s loads of spaces Enjoy x
Jacksons Nurseries Bagnall 7.6 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Bagnall
#15 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
Probably the most beautiful of all the local historic parks
Beautiful Park
#16 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
#17 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
#18 of 18 Nature & Parks in Stoke-on-Trent
Dorothy Clive Garden Market Drayton, UK 13.6 km away
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Market Drayton
It has the perfect balance between being a maintained garden yet still feeling like you are in nature and the story of the conception of the garden it so heartwarming that it adds a extra laying of beauty.
There is ample car parking available with overflow car parks for busy days.
Rudyard Lake Rudyard 14.9 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Rudyard
... where dogs can paddle, and towards the Dam / visitor centre end there are plenty of poo bins Parking at the visitor centre right by the lake is limited and you have to pay, but there are other free car parks.
Went for a walk by the Lake, the whole surrounding was kept nice and tidy There was a cafe (by the car park) which was great as I purchased an ice cream and enjoyed the pleasant day that it was.
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Stafford
This was a fantastic day out, really enjoyed the wildlife park and the garden centre was a nice bonus.
Very dedicated staff and very friendly and helpful.We had a picnic on the park area.
Come Into Play Stone 10.4 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Stone