Amble Northumberland
Druridge Bay Country Park listing

Druridge Bay Country Park

Druridge Bay is a dynamic landscape that is abundant in animals and has huge aspirations for the future. The bay is a beautiful seven-mile stretch of sand that runs from Amble to Cresswell and is popular for riding, cycling, walking, paddling, and surfing.

Today, all that can be heard is the sound of the ocean and seagulls, yet the beach has an interesting and varied history.

Coal was mined nearby in the nineteenth century, and during World War II, Druridge Bay was considered a probable landing site for a German invasion. The anti-tank blocks and pill boxes that were built to defend our coasts may still be seen. You may launch your own boat on the park’s lake if you love sailing.

Spend the day at this lovely country park in Morpeth…

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