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Bawtry Paintball Fields

Harrogate Ghost Walks

The walk will take place on the first and last Friday of every month. It starts at 8:30pm promptly, meeting at Harrogate Royal Pump Room. Tickets cost £8.00 for adults…

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Himalayan Garden and Sculpture Park

Please check the website before you set off for daily updates and weather warnings.

Carnegie Great Outdoors

Book a personalised family fun day out with a difference! We provide friendly qualified instructors and kit for guided hill walking, gorge scrambling, mountain biking, rock climbing, bushcraft, kayaking and…

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Mother Shipton’s

Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal, National Trust

Stump Cross Caverns

Stump Cross Caverns is an ancient natural cave formation deep underneath the Yorkshire Dales. As well as the caves, they’ve also got a cinema, cafe, time out private dining pod,…

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Swinton Bivouac on the Swinton Estate

Bolton Abbey, Skipton

There is a lot of fun to have at Bolton Abbey including 60 stepping stones and a large beach area where you can enjoy a paddle and a picnic –…

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Beningbrough

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Days of Adventure at Camp Hill

*Updated July 2020* The Adventure Park is not currently open.  This summer they offering short stays for families instead. The Woodland Kingdom is open on 10am-5pm weekends and school holidays…

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Peasholm Park Scarborough

Peasholm Park Scarborough, North Yorkshire is open for everyone to enjoy all year round, 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Entrance to the Park, which is never…

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Danes Dyke, Bridlington

Danes Dyke; Jutting out miles into the North Sea, the headland has in the past been effectively cut off by the construction, in the Iron Age, of the erroneously named…

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North Yorkshire Moors National Park

The North York Moors National Park is a beautiful landscape of stunning moorland, spectacular coast, ancient woodland and historic sites. Find out what there is to see and do and…

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Knaresborough castle gardens and waterside walk

Ripon Spa gardens

Facilities:Sun Parlour Cafe, Childrens Play Area, Maze, Football pitch, 3 Tennis courts, Flat Green Bowling, 18 hole Putting and 9 hole Crazy Golf.

Brimham Rocks

Dramatic moorland rock formations. Explore Brimham Rocks, and have a great day out at nature’s playground. This amazing collection of weird and wonderful rock formations makes a great day out…

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Yeadon Tarn

“It’s not very long (unless you do it several times) – It’s a circuit but has a little park and the fab fish and chip restaurant round the corner if…

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Valley gardens and pine woods

You can walk from the bottom entrance at the Pump room museum right up through the valley gardens and pinewoods to Harlow Carr and either loop round or come back…

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Swinsty & Fewston Reservoirs

“Fewston is Pram Friendly. One uphill part of about 100 metres that gets the heart pumping but apart from that all flat with the odd tree root to dodge”

Studley royal deer park

“You only pay for parking so it’s much cheaper than fountain’s abbey and you still get to feed the ducks!”

Roundhay park, Leeds

Plumpton Rocks

Pannal duck pond and woods

“You can do a loop; down Mill Lane, along Crimple Beck, through the woods to Crimple Meadows playground (though tricky with pushchair, you can also just go along road). There’s…

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Knaresborough river

Plenty of lovely views and tea rooms!

Harewood

“There are great paths around the Harewood estate (outside of the “need-to-pay” boundaries). You can park in the village hall car park where there’s an honesty box, or just down…

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Golden acre park. Leeds

Birk Crag

Bilton

Bilton “The old railway line in Bilton, can either walk towards starbeck or go other way to viaduct which is Knaresborough way. Car park off Bilton Lane. we go a…

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