DescriptionStewart Park covers about 120 acres and consists both of mature woodland and arboretum on the southern side, with open parkland on the northern side.
Two sets of lakes provide habitat for water fowl. A big favourite with all the family there is an extensive pets corner with many types of domesticated animals, fallow deer, highland cattle, llamas and goats. Stewart Park houses the Captain Cook Museum, the site of the cottage where Captain James Cook was born. Although all traces of the building have now disappeared, the spot is marked by a granite vase which is close to the centre of the museum.
There is plenty of open park land for picnics, and a huge children's play area, something foe all the family to enjoy. There are concrete paths all the way round, so great in any weather, the woodland area doesn't have these paths however. There are now 2 cafes in the park, however these aren't open all year round. A great walk, with lots going on, allowing some fantastic socialisation opportunities, for younger dogs, from small children, wheel chairs, elderly, dogs of all shapes and sizes, plus loads of different animals too.
- Free Parking
- Pathed Routes
- Picnic Areas
- Water On Route
- Refreshments Available
- Wheelchair Friendly
On the corner of Ladgate Lane, and Marton RoadLadgate Ln, Middlesbrough TS4, UK
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