Ridley Park, Blyth

Ridley Park provides many fun and recreational activities for people of all ages to enjoy, including a water play area, woodland walking and a bowling green.

Ridley Park provides many fun and recreational activities for people of all ages to enjoy, incIuding a water play area, woodland walking and a bowling green. It’s a popular and picturesque spot for the whole family to visit throughout the year.

The park was established in 1904 on land donated by Viscount Matthew White Ridley next to the docks in the eastern area of Blyth. 

Discover Ridley Park

The park is just a five minutes’ walk away from the town centre, with a small on site car park, as well as street parking nearby.

Address: Ridley Park, Wensleydale Terrace, Blyth, Northumberland NE24 3HF

 
Dogs are welcome at Ridley Park, although they are discouraged in the play parks and on the water feature.

The park is managed by the neighbourhood services team at Northumberland County Council.

Click here to contact the team for further details or enquires about the park.

Updates on any essential maintenance work will appear on our website here or click here to contact the customer service centre.

Click here to view the Ridley Park management plan for more information about the park features, health and safety and local facilities.