Reddish Vale Country Park

Reddish Vale Country park spans 161 hectares along the River Tame in the heart of Stockport. It provides a green corridor linking the town centre with Denton in Tameside, and Woodley.

There are walks, cycle and bridleways that link with the Goyt, Etherow, Saddleworth and Longdendale trails. There are also long distance routes such as the Midshires Way and Transpennine Trail.

Sand martins and kingfishers nest in the river banks. The mill ponds and wetlands are visited by wildfowl including geese, herons, grebes, cormorants, coots and a variety of ducks.


Stockport and District Anglers Federation Card and Rod license required. Please see the rules posted on the notice board in the park. No night fishing is allowed.

If you're planning a trip to Reddish Vale Country Park, download the nature walk guide (PDF 947Kb). This will help you make the most of your day.

Getting there

Reddish Vale Country Park
Mill Lane


Car parks are located at Mill Lane (visitor centre), Tiviot Way and behind Woodhall Drive.


Reddish South Station is 1km away. Visit National Rail for the latest train time information.


Bus routes 203, 317 and 374 run near the park (Mill Lane). Visit Transport for Greater Manchester or use the journey planner to plan your journey.