A magnificent seven mile-stretch of beach running from Amble in the north, with its bustling harbour and shops, south to Cresswell, where the Northumberland Coast Path begins.
As well as the glorious sweep of beach, there are sand dunes and pools to explore and the 100-acre Ladyburn Lake fringed by woodland and meadows.
Teeming with wildlife, Druridge Bay has several nature reserves tucked behind its dunes. As well as the Country Park, head to East Chevington and Cresswell to spot resident and migrating birds including graylag, pink-footed geese, and grasshopper warbler.
A magnet for horse riders, cyclists and walkers, Druridge Bay also attracts water sports enthusiasts. A hit with the surfing community, why not have a try at windsurfing, canoeing or sailing courses on Ladyburn Lake?
The Park has its own visitor centre and café open weekends and school holidays.
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