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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.
The Three Sisters Recreation Area offers a first class motor sports arena, a boating lake and pleasant nature trails which cater for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
Local nature reserve and site of biological importance. Canoeing, dinghy, sailing, windsurfing, angling, horse riding, orienteering, model boating and children's play area.
Timber-framed manor house dating back to the 14th century, with ample gardens and parkland. This magnificent park of woodland and trails is the ideal location for an afternoon stroll.
Worthington Lakes is a joint project run in conjunction with North West Water that offers quiet walks, fishing and picnicking. With access to the Red Rock Cycle and Bridle Way, Worthington Lakes provides something for everyone.
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.
A great place to walk and an important site for local historians.
Opened in 1928 now home to a bowls pavilion, children's playground, basketball court and football areas.
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.
Longford Park is the largest municipal park in the borough of Trafford covering approximately 22 hectares.
This lovely little park is located in the town’s conservation area, between the recently renovated Middleton Library and St Leonards Church.
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.
Enjoy an exciting range of activities for all ages and abilities.
Grade II listed and many of it's 19th Century features are still remaining to this day.
Six reservoirs surrounded by open moorland. Fishing allowed in two lakes. 3-mile walk leaflet available. Limited wheelchair access.
Wooded river valleys with hillside views. Guided walk leaflet available from Rochdale Tourist Information Centre
Originally presented to the people of Heywood by Queen Victoria in 1879, this Grade 2 Listed park is of major landscape and historical importance.