Parks, Woodlands & Open Spaces

Redcar and Cleveland Visual Border

Visit our Parks, Woodlands & Open Spaces

We may be better known for our beaches and seaside but head just a couple of miles in-land and you’ll find Redcar and Cleveland is home to some stunning countryside. Perfect for a walk or a family day out, take a look at what some of our most popular parks and woodlands have to offer.

Our parks and woodlands play host to an annual programme of exciting events and seasonal activities. The full spring and summer programme for 2019 is available here.


Parks, Woodlands and Open Spaces
Errington Woods
Flatts Lane Flatts Lane Woodland Country Park
Fox Rush Farm Community Woodland
Guisborough Forest and Walkway
Locke Park
Kirkleatham Museum and Grounds
Roseberry Topping
Saltburn Valley Gardens

To find out more about what the wider Tees Valley has to offer, visit www.enjoyteesvalley.com.

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Guisborough Town Market

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Redcar Town Market

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Eston's Blue Billy Market

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