COVID-19 rates in Stockton-on-Tees are very high so the Government has named it, along with the rest of the North East, an Enhanced Response Area. Find out more on our Enhanced Response Area page.
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With its wildflower meadows, reed-beds, ponds, marsh and woodland, Billingham Beck Valley is a great place to explore – whatever the time of year.
There’s an extensive network of footpaths running through the park, criss-crossing Billingham Beck and extending into the wider countryside.
The park is a real haven for wildlife. Birds such as kingfishers and wagtails can be spotted along the beck, while the wetland habitats attract species such as snipe, sedge warbler, coot and moorhen. The low-lying wet grasslands are a real delight in summer, with a diverse range of grasses and wild flowers, and butterflies such as the meadow brown, common blue and dingy skipper.
The site is situated adjacent to the A19 on the A1027 road to Billingham, giving good transport links to the Teesside area.
Information on Accessibility
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Parking is available on the site, open daily
Summer: 8.30am - 9pm
Winter: 8.30am - 5.30pm
Billingham Beck Valley Country Park