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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.
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.
Just next to Salford University, this park features a host of attractions including the Marie Curie Field of Hope and part of the Irwell Valley Sculpture Trail.
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.
Visitor centre with ranger service serving southern Tameside. Exhibitions, events, maps, leaflets available on local wildlife and history. Full and varied education service.
Six reservoirs surrounded by open moorland. Fishing allowed in two lakes. 3-mile walk leaflet available. Limited wheelchair access.
Two Brooks Valley lies deep within Hawshaw valley between Turton Road and Bolton Road. The area provides the opportunity for a leisurely stroll in the delightful setting of woods, brooks, lodges.
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.
Heritage centre in a countryside setting. Ironworks stables, local history and displays. With a varied events programme.
Bruntwood Park provides recreational and sporting facilities to all visitors.
Healey Dell is a beauty spot and wildlife sanctuary rich in industrial archaeology, two miles from Rochdale town centre on the way to Whitworth and Bacup. The Healey Dell Heritage Centre now has Victorian themed tea rooms from April 2013 .
A visitor centre featuring exhibitions on local history, landscape and environmental management.
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.
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.
Sports include football, cricket, tennis and athletics track, a permanent orienteering course and an 18 hole golf course (Marland Golf Course).
Located within walking distance of Ramsbottom town centre and the East Lancashire Railway station, this popular riverside park includes a children's play ground, fitness trail and regular events.
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.