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  1. Parks and Nature reserves and trails available in East Yorkshire.
    Located on the south side of the dramatic Flamborough Headland, the beach at Danes Dyke is an impressive 1km stretch of sand, striking white pebbles and rock pools, bound by imposing cliffs to the east and west.
  2. An image of the Humber Bridge
    The Humber Bridge Country Park Local Nature Reserve is a haven for people and wildlife set amongst woods, meadows and ponds.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
  3. Allerthorpe Common lies on river and lake sands, which were deposited during the last glacial period 10,000 years ago. The soils are acidic. A variety of habitats, including wet and dry heath, mire, grassland and woodland have formed here.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
  4. An image of a family, with their dog, carrying a picnic and kite, walking along Beverley Westwood.
    Beverley Westwood is an open space on the edge of Beverley, it is an ideal area for families to enjoy. Cattle and sheep roam freely grazing on the pastures throughout the summer months.
  5. An image of artist Robert Fuller with an Hares painting

    What makes a great walking route is different for everyone. Some want to walk along wild coastal headlands and breathe in fresh sea air, others might prefer a ramble across rolling hills, and whilst some will want to make sure they see birds and animals on route, others will be looking at fauna and flora.  

    Long or short, coast or countryside, circular or ending with a delicious pub lunch, we have a huge variety of walks to choose from across East Yorkshire.

    20 Sep 2020
  6. An image of Beverley Westward
    Beverley Parks is a 49 acre local nature reserve featuring an orchard, a small wood and two fields which are being restored to traditional parkland landscape.
  7. Millington Woods in Autumn

    It could be argued for many reasons that Autumn is the best season, Halloween, Bonfire night and the anticipation of Christmas are a few highlights, but what makes it truly stand out is the transformation of the world around us. As the days draw in, it's the idea of comfort and being cosy that is inviting and on the agenda.

    21 Sep 2020
  8. Discover the Yorkshire Wolds, East Yorkshire in Autumn
    Millington Wood was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 1991 in recognition of its wildlife value and its importance to the local community.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999

Parks and Woodland

An image of a ice cream cone at Williams Den

William's Den is an exciting adventure attraction, giving children the chance to connect with…

An image of a large cottage living space with log burner and cottage beams, at Broadgate Farm Cottages

Stunning award winning barn conversions - Broadgate Farm holiday cottages are just two miles from…

An image of Wolds Edge Holiday Treehouse lodge

Nestled in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside are seven carefully designed lodges, two lovingly…

An image of the bar area at the ship inn sewerby.

Our food offering is traditional pub grub with a twist, we offer Vegetarian and Vegan dishes along…

An image of Tophill Low in autumn sunset

The reserve is an active Yorkshire Water Treatment Works supplying Hull from two huge reservoirs…

An image of a bedside table and lamp at Saltmarshe Hall.

Saltmarshe Hall is a historic 19th century stately home located in mature parkland in the secluded…

Breakfast served at Wold Cottage, East Yorkshire

Georgian Manor House in Yorkshire Wolds. Deliciously Yorkshire Breakfast Winners. Speciality free…

The Living room of a lodge in South Cliff Holiday Park in Bridlington, East Yorkshire

South Cliff Holiday Park is situated 300 yards from clean, safe, sandy beaches, 1 mile south of…

An image of the exterior of sledmere house and the carefully kept gardens.

One of Yorkshire's most beautiful houses, with some of England's finest plasterwork, award-winning…

An image of a fine cut of meat and vegetables served at The Granary Bistro.

Rustic Riddle is a grade 2 listed granary building, renovated to retain as many original features…

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  1. AN image of an icon of trees, representing an area in the  countryside, such as a viewpoint, or picnic site, or a garden to visit

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    Tripadvisor Traveller Rating - 32 reviews32 reviews

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    Stamford Bridge, East Yorkshire, York, YO41 1ER

    Telephone

    01482 395864

    East Yorkshire

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    Picnic Site

    Picnic site with car parking alongside pleasant riverside walk.

  2. AN image of an icon of trees, representing an area in the  countryside, such as a viewpoint, or picnic site, or a garden to visit

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    East Yorkshire, YO25 5ES

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    01482 391672

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    Viewpoint/Beauty Spot

    With its award winning walks, softly undulating chalk uplands, secret valleys and time forgotten villages, the Yorkshire Wolds is one of the UK's rambling hot spots. It's also one of those serene destinations where you can wander all day.

  3. AN image of an icon of trees, representing an area in the  countryside, such as a viewpoint, or picnic site, or a garden to visit

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    Hornsea Hall Garth Park, Cinema Street, Hornsea, East Yorkshire, HU18 1PA

    Telephone

    01964 532252

    Hornsea

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    Park

    Hall Garth Park is a large park surrounding the centre of Hornsea.

  4. AN image of an icon of trees, representing an area in the  countryside, such as a viewpoint, or picnic site, or a garden to visit

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    4, Clff Lane, Mappleton, HU18 1XX

    Telephone

    01482 395201

    Mappleton

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    Picnic Site

    Fantastic coastal views and seascapes. Viewing area, picnic site, café, toilets and car park.

  5. AN image of an icon of trees, representing an area in the  countryside, such as a viewpoint, or picnic site, or a garden to visit

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    Between Fridaythorpe and Garrowby Hill, Kirkby Underdale, YO41 1QY

    Telephone

    01482 395209

    Kirkby Underdale

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    Picnic Site

    An excellent starting point for exploring the northern Wolds. Rich in summer flowers and butterflies the site and local dales are well worth a visit. Picnic tables are located throughout the site some of which are accessible for wheelchairs

  6. AN image of an icon of trees, representing an area in the  countryside, such as a viewpoint, or picnic site, or a garden to visit

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    Bracey Bridge (A614), Near Burton Agnes, East Yorkshire, YO25 4DE

    Telephone

    01482 673474

    Near Burton Agnes

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    Picnic Site

    A picturesque picnic site with some lovely mixed broadleaf woodland and short circular walks that lead to Harpham and Kilham.

  7. An image of the Black Mill on Beverley Westwood, with golfers on the golf course.

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    Tripadvisor Traveller Rating - 342 reviews342 reviews

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    York Road, Beverley, HU17 8RG

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    Beverley

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    Park

    Beverley Westwood is an open space on the edge of Beverley, it is an ideal area for families to enjoy. Cattle and sheep roam freely grazing on the pastures throughout the summer months.

  8. AN image of an icon of trees, representing an area in the  countryside, such as a viewpoint, or picnic site, or a garden to visit

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    Tripadvisor Traveller Rating - 15 reviews15 reviews

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    Fimber, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 3HG

    Telephone

    01482 663452

    Driffield

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    Picnic Site

    Situated at the junction of the B1251/B1248 near Wetwang, the picnic site is situated on an old railway embankment.A seasonal kiosk provides the traveller with refreshments and the toilets are open all year round.

  9. AN image of an icon of trees, representing an area in the  countryside, such as a viewpoint, or picnic site, or a garden to visit

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    Off A614 Howden to Bridlington Road, Off Londesborough Roundabout, Market Weighton, YO43 3LW

    Telephone

    01482 395210

    Off Londesborough Roundabout

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    Picnic Site

    Situated on the A614 near Market Weighton, Towthorpe picnic site offers short circular walks along the Wolds Way linking to Londesborough and Goodmanham. Cafe nearby with toilets and refreshments.

  10. AN image of an icon of trees, representing an area in the  countryside, such as a viewpoint, or picnic site, or a garden to visit

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    Off Swine Road, Off A165, South Skirlaugh, Hull, HU11 5AE

    Telephone

    01482 395201

    South Skirlaugh

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    Picnic Site

    Situated on the old Hull - Hornsea rail line. Parking, picnic area and grassed area.

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