What is Druridge Bay County Park?

Druridge bay county park is a lovely open space, surrounding a large freshwater lake. There is a network of paths throughout the park, which includes 3 miles of Bay beach and sand dunes. The park has lots of green, open space and woodlands.

What is their to do?

A network of paths allows you to explore the whole park and discover the wildlife and landscapes of Druridge Bay. A visitor centre, café, toilets, play area, and car parking are all available for you to make the most of your visit to the country park. You will find a children’s wooden adventure play area and picnic benches. There is also a visitor centre and gift shop, a small café with limited opening during the day time and public toilets.

What are the opening times?

The toilets and information area of the visitor centre are open daily from 9.30am to 4.30pm but the park is open during daylight all year round.


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Q Do you need to pay for parking?

You will need some change for parking, but the maximum charge is £3 for over 2 hours.

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