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South Cave Falconry

South Cave 20.0 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in South Cave
Great surroundings - knowledgeable staff - beautiful birds, alpacas, goats, ducks,rabbits, guinea pigs,wallabies,chickens - The Hawk Walk was prebooked and absolutely excellent, fantastic walk through the woods hu...
I first visited this diamond of a find as a birthday gift with a Owl handling session with Edward the eagle owl and Ozzy the barn owl The staff are very welcoming and very knowledgable with a real passion for wild...

RSPB Bempton Cliffs

Bempton 18.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Bempton
My husband and myself visited Bempton Cliffs, this is a real hidden gem and most fascinating and unspoilt views, as well as fantastic views of wildlife on the cliffs inluding puffins, ganets, shags and various oth...
Plenty of Puffins, Razor bills, and the magnificent gannets, well worth a visit and a gentle walking to the viewing platforms ...and lovely coastal paths, A great walk to North landing and bus back into Bridlington.

Beverley Westwood

Beverley 12.8 mi away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Beverley
... The Pasture Masters, its immediate proximity to the medieval core of Beverley allows excellent access from the Town for walkers, birdwatchers and people who enjoy a stroll in the countryside, without the hassle.
... it is easy to park and the walks are lovely, there are the free roaming cows that are lovely, there is a food and ice cream truck in the summer and it is close to the little historic town, well worth a visit

Bridlington Animal Park

Bridlington 13.2 mi away
#2 of 13 Nature & Parks in Bridlington
Great informative demonstrations with those stripy animals that annoy everyone in America, whose name I have forgotten, brilliant flying display and talk about birds of prey, handling reptiles and a barn owl.
The staff here are very helpful, knowledgeable and friendly, it’s a lovely clean park, well worth the entrance fee and would highly recommend to anyone visiting Bridlington!
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Bridlington South Beach

Bridlington 13.4 mi away
#3 of 13 Nature & Parks in Bridlington
Lovely clean beach and well worth the visit to see Ride the waves it was superb to see all the old cars and bikes racing along the beach there was a big crowd as well nice to see everyone turning out on a lovely day
If you want a leisurely stroll on a well paved walkway way the south beach promanade is the place to be, walk cycle or even use the tram just enoy the view over the beach and north sea, watching children playing,...

East Park

Kingston-upon-Hull 10.3 mi away
#1 of 12 Nature & Parks in Kingston-upon-Hull
We’ve enjoyed visiting East park on lots of occasions, free parking is a huge bonus, the play park is top notch, kids love looking at the animals too, lots of open spaces for picnics and play, they often have fair...
This traditional park, set in beautiful grounds, an area to visit animals, a lake, boats, beautiful wildlife areas, park for the children, beautiful grounds, to take a picnic, a stroll around the park, dog walking...

North Landing Beach

Flamborough 17.2 mi away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Flamborough
We had a wander on the beach and watched the birds and the seal for a bit, then had a wander along the cliff top to the lighthouse and back which is a lovely walk with more incredible views of breeding seabirds an...
The bay has several caves worth visiting and a great spot to picnic and play for the kids.There are fantastic chalk rocks to build sculptures etc allowing the kids to use their imagination and play.

Sewerby Hall and Gardens

Bridlington 15.6 mi away
#5 of 13 Nature & Parks in Bridlington
This is a wonderful family full day activity, incorporating many gardens, a Woodland walk, a Zoo, an adventure playground, picnic areas and a Very good and reasonable priced Cafe, and a magnificent Manor house to...
Its truly a gem really very informative of our heritage and history we should be proud of and a lovely place to walk around and enjoy the beauty it really is kept to the highest possible standard I cant imagine th...

Fraisthorpe Beach

Bridlington 12.5 mi away
#6 of 13 Nature & Parks in Bridlington
This is probably the best beach on the East Yorkshire coast, lots of sand when the tide is out and rocks so plenty of rock pools to explore, kids love it and with parking just £3 for all day makes for a bargain fa...
Lovely clean campsite, beautiful clean beach which was great for the hubby kitesurfing, and made a lovely walk to Bridlington (remember to check your tide times before setting off).

Hull Marina

Kingston-upon-Hull 12.7 mi away
#2 of 12 Nature & Parks in Kingston-upon-Hull
Just a 5 minute walk brings you into the Old Town and museums quarter, where you can immerse yourself in the rich and colourful history and uniquely independent culture of this much derided northern city.
The dockside area leads to the Fruit Market, a developing area of art galleries, bars and restaurants focussed on Humber Street, which is very popular and is creating a new cultural quarter for Hull.

Bridlington North Beach

Bridlington 14.3 mi away
#7 of 13 Nature & Parks in Bridlington
what a beautiful area,the beach is very clean and always tidy.There are lots of shops and cafes and chip and fish shops.Plenty of good clean toilets nearby.All the paths and promanade are lovely and high spec.
The best bit though for me is the cliff top walk - a bit of a dream for dog walkers with stunning views out to sea and large grassy areas for the dogs to run round and sniff.

The Deep

Kingston-upon-Hull 12.5 mi away
#3 of 12 Nature & Parks in Kingston-upon-Hull
Loved it here been few times before but the penguins where great they had good information on feeding time about them too Very informative Fish are amazing Very well looked after Just wow Great for all ages It's a...
We took our 4 year old grandson he was so amazed with the dinosaur skeletons of the sea creatures back then he word was WOW he loved all of it and its amazing that you can go back for free with your family ticket...
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FLamborough Outer Headland

Flamborough 16.3 mi away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Flamborough
We set off to explore the headland cliff tops from the North landing Car park after having explored the North landing Beach and sea caves first, The weather was lovely and sunny with a bit of a breeze.
A very interesting area with a great cafe and shop and toilets plus plenty of parking space ( Pay and Display ) , there is a lighthouse and cliff walks , you need to be good on your feet to walk down the cliffs ,...

Spurn Bird Observatory

Kilnsea 21.0 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Kilnsea
It offers superb value for money with comfortable hostel-type accommodation, perfectly located in prime birding habitat and overlooking the Humber estuary.
The accommodation is spacious and clean, with a well-equipped kitchen and a comfortable common room stacked with more ornithological text books than the British library! (probably) The team of staff, regulars and...

Spurn Point

Easington 21.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Easington
Went on the Wildlife Trust Unimog tour ... loved it ... great guide, lots of fab info given about the area ... Highlight of the day a pod of porpoises right in front of us just of the beach area playing in the sea...
This was a fantastic 3+ hours, spent with other fun Safari seekers and an EXCELLENT & knowledgeable tour guide on what was a beautiful day, it far surpassed my expectations and I can 'tick off' the lighthouse adve...

Hornsea Beach

Hornsea 12.4 mi away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Hornsea
A beautiful clean traditional English seaside The beach being February was very quiet, parking spaces opposite that are free to park in, nice to sit and watch the few boats coming in from their fishing trips
... station and the all important Inshore Rescue.School visitors do appear to enjoy during studies and there are Lifeguards on duty each time we go for a walk which is reassuring for when our family visit too.

Crescent Gardens

Filey, UK 23.3 mi away
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Filey
wonderful views of Filey Bay the Filey Brigg to the North and Bempton cliffs to the south, lovely Flowered well kept gardens around you ,you can sit in the sun all day and even catch the sun in the evening on the...
Very well kept lawns and gardens, and nice places to sit and watch the world go by, if you fancy a cuppa they do have a cafe, which must be popular as always busy when we walked through the gardens, plenty for the...

Filey Beach

Filey, UK 23.5 mi away
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Filey
Found it a lovely quiet walk along the promenade.....peaceful.....and finding Finlay along the prom was a delightful treat! - An added bonus was finding a cafe on the prom that sold gluten free cakes!
... on Filey bay beach is great for long walks, dog friendly and beautiful views of the cliffs in one direction and cobble landing with a few fishing boats and walk out onto Filey Briggs and explore the rock pools.

Bugtopia Hornsea

Hornsea 1.8 mi away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Hornsea
We got lots of information from Justine and she was happy to chat about various creatures with us, which was good for my daughter with learning difficulties, as she has a great fascination and interest in insects...
We were then lucky enough to see the guides go around the jungle area feeding the various beasties, and giving us a bit of a guided tour, which was good, since a lot of the creatures are well hidden.

Queen's Gardens

Kingston-upon-Hull 12.4 mi away
#4 of 12 Nature & Parks in Kingston-upon-Hull
Queens gardens is very nice to see with the water features with it wild fowl and central fountains and beautiful flower beds , there is also memorial feature Robinson Crusoe who is said to have sailed from hull
Whilst the stirring art installation of thousands of poignant ceramic poppies in the centre of Hull has proven a great draw for locals and visitors alike, it is the stunning floral display in the flower beds aroun...

Hornsea Mere

Hornsea 2.4 mi away
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Hornsea
Hidden little gem lovely place for a picnic , beautiful nature spot for bird watching , putting green ,boating and nice little cafe ,free parking absolutely pure nature
This is such a beautiful place to go for a visit by foot or car, we almost always walk and if the weather is good sit and enjoy the peace and quiet watching the many types of wildlife on the Mere great for photogr...

Cleethorpes Beach

Cleethorpes, UK 22.6 mi away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Cleethorpes
Many friends come to visit and we walk along the beach - easing and cooling hot hearts and worries monds - the sea takes it and breathes life and reinvigoration into folks - brings a smile back to their faces
Cleethorpes beach what can I say,great place to walk your dog this time of year plenty of happy dog walkers willing to stop and have a chat doggy talk but a nice quiet place to get away from the hustle and bu...

Waters' Edge Country Park & Visitor Centre

Barton-upon-Humber, UK 17.8 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Barton-upon-Humber
There are so many educational displays about the local area, a place for kids to play, great cafe (delicious soup), fantastic views of the Humber Bridge, a place to feed and watch ducks, a nice gift shop that sell...
These link to the Humber bank footpaths too for those who like to take a longer walk without a great challenge, I say this as it is generally a flat area with very little gradient to be seen anywhere along the walks.

Cleveland Way National Trail

North York Moors National Park, UK 23.6 mi away
#2 of 12 Nature & Parks in North York Moors National Park
Walked the last 10 miles from Scarborough to Filey on a cool but sunny day in October, took about 4 hours, fantastic views good underfoot conditions and well signposted a few climbs and descents but generally easy...
Lots of ascents and descents (down to Huthwaite Green, Carlton Bank and then Clay Bank, and some reasonably strenuous pulls up onto the moorland edges again, but the path's generally excellent with long sections e...

Humber Bridge Country Park

Hessle 17.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Hessle
Really well planned out country park in a former quarry and under the base of thre Humber Bridge, easy access in the most part for runners, dogwalkers families and for people in electric mobility scooters.
There is a car park and information centre on one side of the nature reserve and a car park with the nearby Country Park Inn, enjoying panoramic views of the river and bridge on the other side.

South Landing Local Nature Reserve

Flamborough 15.6 mi away
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Flamborough
The local bay & beach a short walk down a steep road to the lifeboat station is well worth a visit as well as a mile circular walk up to the chalk cliff top with wonderful views out to sea & along the coastline bu...
Take the time to visit, enjoy the quiet space away from everything, and be at one with nature..... its places like these that are special, keep a watch out for seals in the sea playing in the waves..... its a must...
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Mappleton
Closer to the mud cliffs there were a number fo people fossil huntring and , although, it may be difficult to find fully intact large ammonites, for example, we found plenty of fossils to add to our colection at h...
There is a free car park on the cliff with amazing views, and a gentle walk down the slope to the beach.

The Wolds Way Owl Trust

South Cave 20.0 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in South Cave
A great hour being introduced to four different owls which she flew backwards and forwards .Very knowledgable staff member who supervised the flying , a real pleasure seeing such wonderful birds close up, Thankyou .
The place is a wonderful escape from the modern materialistic world, a reminder of what nature has to offer as an alternative.

Cleethorpes Country Park

Cleethorpes, UK 22.7 mi away
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Cleethorpes
It’s a lovely walk around the perimeter with good walkways and lots of wildlife, and great to take the kids for a picnic.. Parking is easy although the car park could do to be a lot bigger, especially when they ho...
Took the dog for a nice long walk, he loved it and I really enjoyed the park, lots of different places to walk, ponies were friendly enough to pet and my boy loved the lake too

Coronation Garden

Beverley 12.3 mi away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Beverley
The original Georgian town houses were long-since demolished and the area then used as parish and private burial grounds before they became the garden commemorating the coronation of Elizabeth II.
We had a lovely day in Beverley and had a stroll around tbecoronation garden and it was very pretty with Autumn colours