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.
Visit Ridley Park in Blyth for a great day out for the whole family. The park is located near the centre of the Northumberland town with great transport links.
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Ridley Park offers a range of activities, including tennis courts and a bowling green, as well as play areas suitable for children of all ages.
Visit Ridley Park’s popular water play area. It’s open most days during the summer and is free to use.
The water park is open from the Spring Bank holiday weekend until the end of September.
Ridley Park features woodland areas, perfect for families and walkers to enjoy.
The park is also home to formal gardens, including a rose garden, and wildflower areas.
Regular events take place during the year, led by the Friends of Ridley Park and other community groups.
Click here to find out more about upcoming events.
Explore Ridley Park and you will find fun for the whole family including play parks, relaxing areas to sit and watch the world go by, a cafe in the pavillion and a summer waterpark.
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.
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