Welcome to Vale Park

Vale Park is a football stadium in the north of Stoke on Trent, with a capacity of 19,000, and home to Port Vale FC. With a history going back to World War Two, and many developments since then, the ground offers a unique mix of old and new construction features. Its notable fixtures include an FA Cup match against Aston Villa in 1960, and the defeat of two reigning FA Cup champions in the 50s.

Stay a while in Staffordshire

Staffordshire, like other counties in the West Midlands, is known for its unspoilt areas of forests and countryside, and has become a popular destination for UK holidays and short breaks. In this remarkable county, you can explore a wide range of fascinating heritage sites like the Old Guildhall cells, huge expanses of rolling countryside, some great family attractions like Drayton Manor, and pretty market towns like Lichfield that are swathed in their own history and culture.

Meet the family at Trentham Monkey Forest

Trentham Monkey forest is one of the UK’s most unique wildlife attractions, where you can get up-close and personal with a protected colony of Barbary Macaques. Set in an idyllic Staffordshire forest, visitors can walk a ¾ mile looped pathway, looking out for some 140 free-roaming Macaques. A great experience for the whole family, you’re sure to come away with some fascinating and hilarious stories.

Planning a trip to Vale Park? Travelodge Stoke Talke Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, and Travelodge Newcastle-Under-Lyme Central Hotel can be reached in quarter of an hour.