Comprising mainly of woodland and plantations, this park was developed in the 1980s to create a leisure and recreation area in the Ouseburn Valley.
One of the five Ouseburn Parks and connected to Armstrong Park, Heaton Park, Jesmond Dene and Jesmond Vale by an excellent network of footpaths.
This park is one of our quieter parks, comprises mainly of woodland and plantations, and was developed in the 1980s to create a leisure and recreation area in the Ouseburn Valley.
The park is home to many 19th century features including a footbridge which connects the park with Jesmond Vale and Ouseburn Road.
Did you know?
The ruins of Jesmons Vale Mill, originally a flint mill, is where George Stephenson made the first standing engine.
There is some on street parking on the surrounding streets.
The nearest bus stop is on Springbank Road / Warwick Street.
There is a footpath through the park. Some areas are steep and not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs.
Things to do for grown ups
Get away from busy life and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of Ouseburn Park.
Things to do for families
Get back to nature and see what wildlife you can spot in this quiet wooded valley just minutes from the city centre.
There are no toilets within the park.