Druridge Bay is a seven mile coastal bay stretching from the popular seaside port of Amble in the north to Cresswell in the south. Much of the area is owned by the National Trust and many places are set aside as nature reserves. It is a vast landscape rich in wildlife and perfect for birdwatchers and photographers.
Druridge Bay Country Park within the bay comprises of three miles of beautiful beach and sand dunes with a large freshwater lake surrounded by woodland and meadows. You can sail on Ladyburn Lake with sailing, windsurfing and canoeing lessons held throughout the summer.
The park is also a good base for exploring the area by bike with cycle tracks starting from the park.
Other facilities within the park include a visitor centre with a range of useful leaflets and guides, children's play area, cafe, gift shop and picnic site.