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Local Area

North Bay Leisure Park

The Local Area

One of the reasons we are able to retain North Bay Leisure Park’s peaceful atmosphere, is that there is so much to see and do in close proximity, that the park itself can be solely for relaxation. Whether you’re exploring on foot, or ready to adventure further across the region, you’ll never be short of somewhere to go or something to see.

Days Out

Set sail on the 160-year-old Yorkshire Belle, Bridlington’s only pleasure cruiser, catch a show at the beautifully refurbished Spa; home to world comedy, dance and music acts, or maybe jump in the car and head out to the magic of Bondville model village in Sewerby.

1. Bridlington: Don’t miss the opportunities for fishing, sight-seeing and boat trips on the famous Yorkshire Belle.

2. Flamborough Head and Lighthouse: a famous landmark set amidst unrivalled coastline.

3. Historic Sewerby Hall and Gardens: With 50 acres of landscaped garden and a mini zoo, it’s great for a family day out.

4. Bempton Cliffs: This Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) Centre is famous for its puffin colony.

5. North Yorks Moors National Park: This special area of Outstanding Natural Beauty contains walks aplenty, and is right on Bridlington’s doorstep. There’s even a steam railway for train enthusiasts.

Natural Beauty

Between the stunning Flamborough Head, Bempton Cliffs and miles of spectacular coastline, you’re a stone’s throw away from some of the North East’s most outstanding natural beauty when you’re at North Bay Leisure Park.

For a full list of nearby attractions and things to do, pop into the on-park information centre and you’ll find everything you need to plan your activities whatever the weather.

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