A delightful country park on the north side of the River Blyth with a picnic area and children's play area, as well as pleasant horse and nature trails. Variety of wildlife within the park. The park covers 57 hectares of woodland and grassland. Visitors and local people have walked through the woods here for many years. The park was created in 1984 to protect the unique nature of this area. The park is becoming increasingly significant as a refuge for red squirrels, a species whose numbers are in serious decline in other parts of the country.