Druridge Bay Country Park is a large park with a lake, woodland, visitor centre and beach just off the A1068, three miles south of Amble.
This is to allow the roof of the building to be replaced and the cafe to be extended and refitted. The work is part of the Council's ongoing programme of enhancements to the Country Park, which is being funded through the revenue raised from visitor car parking charges. Public toilet facilities will continue to be available throughout the works, and the park will otherwise be open as normal.
We apologise for the inconvenience caused by the works.'
Car Park Charges Suspended - UPDATE 06/02/2020
Due to criminal damage to the ticket machines in the park, car parking charges are currently suspended other than at weekends and school holidays when a member of staff is present to collect charges and issue tickets.
The park is situated on Druridge Bay itself, between Amble and Cresswell. The park comprises a large freshwater lake, woodland, and grassland and meadows. The park also contains three miles of beautiful beaches and sand dunes.
A network of paths allows you to explore the whole park and discover the wildlife and landscapes of Druridge Bay. A visitor centre, cafe, toilets, play area, and car parking are all available for you to make the most of your visit to the country park.
The park gates are open during daylight hours throughout the year.
A weekly parkrun takes place every Saturday at 9am. Please note that the park and car parks may be busy around this time.
A series of events will take place over the course of 2020. Events will be listed here as events are organised.
If you are interested in putting on an event at the park please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to let us know if you found the content of the page helpful
Choose the letter of the service you’re looking for
© Northumberland County Council