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All reviews captain cook play area farmers market birthplace museum beautiful trees all ages plenty of space open space duck pond lovely cafe dog walkers well worth a visit ice cream van sunny day few hours kids love great place to visit
120 acre park set in the Marton area of Middlesbrough were Captain Cook was born . Great for families lots of open spaces to play games . Great park to walk around friendly pigeons and squirrels to feed , two lakes and a museum designated...More
Sun shining, frost sparkling and Headphones on for a 3 mile walk near to where I live.
Walked through the park and as always, was blown away by the beauty on my doorstep.
Sun shining through the trees showcasing all the colours of Autumn, simply...More
Family were home and it had been a while since we visited Stewart’s Park. Weather was nice and pleasant having a walk in the sunshine with the autumn colours. Lots of people walking dogs, great for families with a good play area. If visiting the...More
Love this place!! Has a fantastic children's play area, and 2 cafes and a museum celebrating James Cook. Tranquil spots near the lake and duck pond. Stewart's park also hosts concerts,the famous Cleveland show, and a farmer's market. Well worth a visit. Child and dog...More
It's a great place for photos as it has lovely seenary .also if you have kids they should go cause the park is amazing I only wish I was a kid again so i could go on it or at least take my own one...More
Took our youngest granddaughter here, she loved the play area and it wasn’t too busy. Nice and clean although there wasn’t that many people around. Slightly disappointed that there isn’t that many animals now
as long as your dog is a freindly dog there are only the children's play area that dogs are not allowed there is also a part of the wooded area adjacent to the carpark set aside as a kind of doggy toilet area although there... More
as long as your dog is a freindly dog there are only the children's play area that dogs are not allowed there is also a part of the wooded area adjacent to the carpark set aside as a kind of doggy toilet area although there are dog wate bins around the partk for owners to deposit wate in , but to answer your question properly there are no fenced in areas although the whole park is walled fenced in but the entrenses car park and pedestrian, are still open for the dog to get out of if that's what yoyr worry is but it is a very large park