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Blackleach Country Park is an impressive haven with 50 hectares of beautiful countryside set around an impressive reservoir.
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.
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.
Clifton Country Park Local Nature Reserve is approximately 48 hectares of scenic urban fringe countryside in Salford, with woods, meadows, ponds and a lake to explore and remnants of the city's industrial past to discover.
Jumbles Country Park boasts beautiful parkland, reservoir and picturesque walks through a network of footpaths radiating up the valley and across adjacent hills.
This pretty small green space offers a children's play area and a multi-use games area. During the summer the park plays host to the Beech Road Festival.
Two disused reservoirs surrounded by picturesque woodland make up Orrell Water Park.
Set amidst the countryside of Smithills Country Park, the farm is a great family day out, no matter what the weather. There are donkey, tractor and trailer rides and various animals such as calves, lambs and rabbits to pet and feed.
Ralph Wright whose family had grown to be wealthy landowners in Flixton built Flixton House and Gardens in 1806. In 1935, the Council acquired Flixton House and grounds and opened it as a park.
The grounds include a walled garden, rose garden and...
Originally presented to the people of Heywood by Queen Victoria in 1879, this Grade 2 Listed park is of major landscape and historical importance.
Formally opened in 1910, this 17 acre park has it's own six acre lake complete with island.
This new eco-park uses nature to bring people together within an urban environment.
A great place to walk and an important site for local historians.
Whalley Range, Manchester
Opened in 1870 and built to deter working men away from alehouses on their day off.
This haven of tranquillity has lovely gardens and a large open meadow covered in varieties of orchid and other wild-flowers.
Tandle Hill is a mixture of magnificent beech woodland and open grassland with a wide panorama of the surrounding countryside. There are several walks around the park and links to Crompton Moor. Cafe in the Visitor Centre.
A visitor centre featuring exhibitions on local history, landscape and environmental management.
Restored from an old industrial site, the park has now become a place of national scientific interest due to its unique wildlife. You can enjoy walking, cycling, horse riding and model aircraft flying and there is a large play area for children.