Ropner Park Café Walk

1.2 miles (1.9km)

30 minutes

Suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs

Ropner Park’s old trees turn a beautiful shade in the Autumn, and with solid paths and nearby parking, this walk short is accessible to all.

The Park Side Café is waiting for you at the end with superb food and drinks.

The Route

Route Map

Starting from Norton High Street, you can loop round in either direction. Click the top-right button on the map to open it in the Google Maps app on your phone

Café

For a well earned rest after your walk, the Park Side Café is offering 25% off hot drinks to all walkers – find the discount code below.

Opening times are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 8am – 2:30pm.
Saturday & Sunday, 10am – 3pm. Closed Wednesdays. The Café is highlighted on the map by the red cup.

Discount Code

To earn your discount code, you’ll have to do the walk first! Answer the question in the quiz below, and the code will be revealed. The location of the answer is marked on the route map with a green star.

There's a small red door painted onto one of the trees by the lake. What does the sign say on the door?

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and just quickly ... how old are you?

Do you have a disability?

Further Information

Ropner Park has a play park and toilets, as well as ducks and squirrels, so it’s great for children. Dogs are allowed, but keep them on a lead.

Parking is available on adjacent roads, and the 7, 13, 61 and X67 busses pass nearby on Oxbridge Lane or Yarm Road.

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