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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.
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.
A visitor centre featuring exhibitions on local history, landscape and environmental management.
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.
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.
Local nature reserve and site of biological importance. Canoeing, dinghy, sailing, windsurfing, angling, horse riding, orienteering, model boating and children's play area.
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 .
An excellent place for walkers, cyclists and horse riders with more than 2,000 acres of moorland, woodland and farmland. Good off-road bridleways, guided trails and picnic areas.
Two disused reservoirs surrounded by picturesque woodland make up Orrell Water Park.
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.
Visitor centre with ranger service serving southern Tameside. Exhibitions, events, maps, leaflets available on local wildlife and history. Full and varied education service.
Etherow Country Park covers approximately 92 hectares on the site of an old cotton mill. The park offers a variety of leisure pursuits with events and educational services.
Wythenshawe Community Farm is a registered charity and was established in 1984. This town community farm can be visited as one of the many facilities within Wythenshawe Park.
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.
Once part of the Alkrington Hall estate, this area of mature woodland provides an ideal habitat for wide ranging flora and fauna.
High in the Pennines above Wardle village, Watergrove Reservoir includes trails with spectacular views, bird watching, fishing and a link to the Pennine Bridleway.
Enjoy an exciting range of activities for all ages and abilities.