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Explore and enjoy the stunning parkland, woodland and plantations at Haigh Hall at Country Park.
A magnificent 18th Century country house set in Heaton Park's rolling landscape.
Blackleach Country Park is an impressive haven with 50 hectares of beautiful countryside set around an impressive reservoir.
A visitor centre featuring exhibitions on local history, landscape and environmental management.
Marland Gold Course situated within Springfield Park is an enjoyable yet challenging 18 hole course set in 80 acres of pleasant parkland. No memebership necessary.
Visitor centre with ranger service serving southern Tameside. Exhibitions, events, maps, leaflets available on local wildlife and history. Full and varied education service.
This is the longest canal in Britain. The Leeds and Liverpool Canal is 127 miles long and, via its connection with the Aire & Calder at Leeds, offers a coast-to-coast route across the north of England.
Rochdale borough boasts eight Green Flag parks, each one different in style, but similar in being well kept and providing a safe place to relax.
Kersal Dale occupies around 32 hectares of countryside and forms part of the Croal Irwell Valley. With beautiful beech woodland to amble through and the River Irwell to wonder along Kersal Dale offers a welcome break from city life.
Heritage centre in a countryside setting. Ironworks stables, local history and displays. With a varied events programme.
Deep in the beautiful lower reaches of the Goyt Valley, nestling on the edge of the Peak District, south of Manchester, lies the picturesque and tranquil Roman Lakes Leisure Park.
Jumbles Country Park boasts beautiful parkland, reservoir and picturesque walks through a network of footpaths radiating up the valley and across adjacent hills.
This lovely little park is located in the town’s conservation area, between the recently renovated Middleton Library and St Leonards Church.
First opened in 1804, the Rochdale Canal was the first trans-Pennine canal and one of the country's most spectacular waterways. An ambitious restoration programme resulted in the canal reopening along the entire 32 mile length in 2002.
Teeming with bird life including Canada geese. This is a nature reserve centred on a huge lake. This watery wonderland is abundant with butterflies and dragonflies, and has play and picnic areas in which to let off steam.
Crompton Moor rises above the town of Shaw, and is a unique and popular recreation site in Oldham
One of Bolton's original family homes dating back to medieval times. Set in over 2,000 acres of grounds and gardens, Smithills Hall is one of the oldest and best preserved manor houses in the North West.
This new eco-park uses nature to bring people together within an urban environment.
Country Park offering riverside walks, canoeing and outdoor activity centre and location of Burrs Caravan Club site. From early 2017 the East Lancashire Heritage Railway will operate services to and from a new station at Burrs.