Maguires Country Parks: Best Places To Go For A Walk Around Our Parks

How great is it to be in summer? It’s been a long time coming, so it’s time to dust off your walking boots and take a lovely walk through some scenic locations across the North of England. Keep reading to discover four great walks located near our parks!

Linhope Spout Walk 

What better way to end your walk than with a waterfall? Well then, you’re in luck! The Linhope Spout Walk is a 40-minute drive away from our Forget Me Not Country Park and is the perfect spot for a fun day out with the family. 

Explore the spectacular Linhope Spout waterfall and stop for a family picnic in the peaceful Breamish Valley. Free parking is available, and it is also dog-friendly. 

This 3-mile walk can take around 2 hours, so who’s up for the challenge?

Roseberry Topping Hike 

Our next pick is another dog-friendly walk up the glorious Roseberry Topping Hill, where you can enjoy stunning panoramic views from the summit. 

The Roseberry Topping walk is a 20-minute drive away from Swainby Country Park and is one of North Yorkshire’s most famous hikes! 

Looking to make a trip of it? Take a look at the National Trust website here for more information on this route and how to get there. 

Bamburgh Beach and Castle 

If you fancy a stroll along a beautiful beach instead of a countryside trek, then Bamburgh beach is the ideal location. 

The beach is just under a 10-minute drive from the Kaims Country Park, where you can take a wind-swept walk along the coastline to then view the historic Bamburgh Castle.

It is also a dog-friendly beach, and there are plenty of places to stop off close by, such as lovely local cafes where you can grab a cuppa to keep you company. What more could you wish for? 

The Tweed and Coast Nature Trail 

This next walk is perfect for both you and the kids! The Tweed and Coast Nature Trail is an educational walk where you can learn all about nature. Just follow 14 information boards all about the wildlife, and then take the explorer quiz at the end. It’s time to test your knowledge… 

One of the best things about the trail is that it is absolutely free of charge, so there is no reason not to give this one a go! The nature walk is dog-friendly and is located in the wonderful Berwick-upon-Tweed, which has recently been named one of the ‘most beautiful small towns in the UK

At only a 5-minute drive or a 30-minute walk from the Ord House Country Park, you wouldn’t want to miss this one! 

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