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Visit here regularly for walks. There are some amazing walks through lovely woods and along the river and canal allowing for short or long circular walks.
Opened this week is a small tearoom ajoining the visitors centre - it’s excellent! The menu is limited if...More
This is by far my favourite park to take the kids. The lovely walk around the lake with the hand carved characters make the experience fun and exciting for the children and they have their photo taken with each one! Always clean and tidy and...More
Really enjoy taking the dog for a walk around here with the kids. Nice flat walk so no one struggles. They had wooden carvings around the park so had fun finding them on the way round, bonus parking is free.
This country park was quite walking during a weekday walk, the dog loved it and walking around some woods with the river flowing near by was pleasant. The odd sculpture scattered around the trail is quite fun and there are quite a few paths to...More
We visit here on a regular basis with our dogs. It is clear that considerable investment has gone into the park over the winter months, with accessible footpaths and beautiful carvings on the circular route around the lake. There are also plans to do up...More
I like it here. There is a playground, ducks to feed and a walk long enough for my 3 year old. Dotted about the walk are wooden sculptures from Stories, and my son knows the Gruffalo is at the end so he keeps walking to...More
As we had our grandsons aged 5 and 4 I checked the website to see what was going on. Park should have opened at 9.30 am. Rangers said to be selling bags of arty things from 11am for children to make items in the park....More
We've taken the kids three times now and they love it. There's so much to explore, it's very peaceful and full of Industrial history. This time we took a net and bucket and went Pond Dipping, we found water snails, skittle backs, water skaters and...More