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Great place to roam around, a lot of folk come here. Great to look around and plenty of seating. Look at the old canal bridge 56. This is awesome to look at. Worth a few photos with friends and family. Also look out for cattle...More
Took our 2year old son during the May bank holiday weekend and what a great surprise it was.
We had a lovely walk around the reserve and were extremely impressed by both the dog walking field, the picnic area and the free car parking!
First visit today, superb. I found it with no problem, there is adequate signage, perhaps this has been improved since some of the previous reviews.
Granted, high vehicles woulld struggle with the height barrier, though there is space to park up then walk down to...More
I went here today with my 3 Hungarian vizslas and met a friend with her two, two of our dogs are sisters and they’d never met! Despite the rain and cold we had a really lovely walk, the dogs loved the fields and river, we’ll...More
this place is always an idea place to stop for a lunch break. Calm, relaxing and loads of wildlife to see. Buzzards and woodpeckers making a racket..... wonderful. Also bins are provided in the car park so sandwich wrappers aren't a problem. lol
This venue is ideal if you want to walk or picnic in peace and quiet. There are open fields and on one side the is a feeder arm to the local canal. Ideal for walking the dog provided you have consideration for grazing cattle. The...More
I often stop off here to eat my lunch if I'm working locally as it's a very pleasant are to sit but I do have to remember whether I have my ladders on the roof as there is a 2.1m height restriction at the entrance.
The park is situated on the same driveway as Brownsover Hall and is a little tricky to find. Once we arrived we were surprised by the size of the car park, there was only one other vehicle. We walked along the canal arm then over...More