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Wynyard Woodland Park, Stockton-on-Tees

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Reviews
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  • Great trip out with the dog, the old station makes a good starting point and the old railway track walks are always excellent for entertaining the dogs or just walking, time it right and you have the ...  more »
  • Lovely walks and a park for children it's good in most weather conditions just make sure you take wellies and clothes that can get dirty if it's wet and muddy only thing lacking is toilet facilities  more »
  • First visit to the park and the play area. Loads to do and play on. Lovely walks. Nice cafe though only had ice cream, but the toilets were unpleasant to say the least. My 5yr old upon opening the doo...  more »
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  • A lovely place to visit with some great walks along the old railway lines. Walkways are wide and fairly solid to walk on. Car parking is plentiful. The old station is now a cafe. Opening times are limited, this seems a missed opportunity due to the popularity of the area. Cafe staff could certainly be more pleasant and everytime we visit they seem to be sold out of most stock but what they have is tasty and good quality. A real negative is dogs are no longer allowed in the cafe!
  • Lovely place for the family to have a walk and get a cuppa and snack. Also a fairly good play area, it could do with a bit of a tidy up and attention. But all round a good place to spend a few hours.
  • Pedal there. Have a sausage roll and a cup of tea. Pedal back. Lovely little place to stop off.
  • Really nice walks, especially if you venture off the main walkway. Cafe is excellent. With it being part of the NCN 1 there can sometimes be a lot of cyclists about, which means you have to be extra vigilant if you have children or dogs (don't let that put you off though). There's a play area for children, a planetarium and observatory which seem to be popular, although I haven't used them.
  • Great place for a peaceful walk along what was once a railway line starting at the station. A graded play area means there's play equipment for all ages. You can also take a walk round the field boarded with 40 of 50 trees that are labelled and described, great for the budding naturalist or scout group.