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A magnificent 18th Century country house set in Heaton Park's rolling landscape.
Explore and enjoy the stunning parkland, woodland and plantations at Haigh Hall at Country Park.
Crompton Moor rises above the town of Shaw, and is a unique and popular recreation site in Oldham
This well known Bury landmark was built in 1852, erected in tribute to one of Bury's most famous sons, Sir Robert Peel. Peel was the founder of the Police force and Prime Minister 1841-1846.
Six reservoirs surrounded by open moorland. Fishing allowed in two lakes. 3-mile walk leaflet available. Limited wheelchair access.
Prestwich Forest Park offers 200 hectares of woodland and open space. There are plenty of places to explore and lots of wildlife to discover, regular activities, play area and mountain bike trail.
Longford Park is the largest municipal park in the borough of Trafford covering approximately 22 hectares.
Lying just over a mile to the north east of Stalybridge, this developing country park centres on two areas. Firstly the Brushes Valley, with its four reservoirs running up into the Pennine Moors.
Woodlands surround three reservoirs with paths and picnic sites and access to the Red Rock cycle and bridleway. Small nature reserve, Visitor Centre and Fishing.
This haven of tranquillity has lovely gardens and a large open meadow covered in varieties of orchid and other wild-flowers.
High Peak, Stockport
Bugsworth Basin was the largest inland port on the narrow canal system. Restored by volunteers of the Inland Waterways Protection Society and re-opened to boats in 2005, today it is the only surviving canal and tramway interchange in the UK.
This lovely little park is located in the town’s conservation area, between the recently renovated Middleton Library and St Leonards Church.
off Moss Bank Way, Bolton
Take a stroll around this former industrial village to admire the former homes of mill workers and the stream once used to power waterwheels.
Close Park is a public park located approximately 3 miles from Bury town centre and 1 mile from Radcliffe town centre. The park has a bowling green, football pitches, outdoor gym equipment, children's play area.
Bruntwood Park provides recreational and sporting facilities to all visitors.
The largest public arts scheme in the North West. There are currently 30 sculptures by regional, national and international artists which celebrate the area's heritage and landscape.
Centred on Hopwood Hall College, Middleton Hopwood Nature Reserve near Middleton provides a woodland haven for birds and other wildlife whilst the informal paths allow visitors to wander through the woods enjoying their peace and tranquillity.
Dramatic Pennine scenery Surround the centre which is situated in the heart of Saddleworth. There is a picnic area and nature garden, information and advice available from the centre as well as changing exhibitions.