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Parks & nature in Ryde

Park
“from easter to September its cleaned daily, the tide is safe and shallow for swimming. in summer there's a lifeguard and Rescue on patrol , great cafes and shows with wcs.”
4 locals recommend
Playground
“Lovely white sand beach. A good choice of cafes, children's play areas, grassey areas with shade. Perfect for picnics.”
2 locals recommend
Park
“Park at Puckpool, then walk down to the far end (nearest Ryde) and enjoy the miles of golden sand at Appley Beach; Appley Beach Cafe is also good”
2 locals recommend
Playground
“There is a nice park in and around the remains of an old fort, as well as tennis courts, crazy golf and another playground. ”
3 locals recommend
Playground
“Good fun for smaller children with a helter skelter, carousel, crazy golf and other small rides, but can get expensive - they do however offer wristbands for multiple rides on Saturday afternoon which are good value. Outside of the funfair the other side of the small park there are also trampolines and an inflatable slide.”
2 locals recommend