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Ryton Pools Country Park

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Ryton Pools Country Park

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156line wrote a review Oct 2020
Coventry, United Kingdom10 contributions8 helpful votes
We have a pass for Ryton Pools and as always, the park is clean, well cared for and a beautiful place to walk round. We have only recently felt able to venture out after a long period of shielding. Unfortunately our last few visits have been spoilt by very disrespectful people. We have encountered several visitors who have been walking up to 4 abreast across the footpaths and no intention of moving over or going single file in order to maintain social distancing. We have had to clamber up banks to try and keep a distance from them. Also nearly got run over by a youth going hell for leather on a go kart. We would ask these people to please be considerate to others.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Steve A wrote a review Sep 2020
Warwick, United Kingdom8 contributions2 helpful votes
After a lovely bike ride, just what we needed, good coffee and great cake. Very well done in these crazy times.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mark-DavidsDad wrote a review Sep 2020
Rugby, United Kingdom15 contributions10 helpful votes
Lovely site for a walk, but beware of the prices in the cafe! £4.25 for a small slice of cake. £3.50 for a small coffee(it was nice though), which they called large. £2 for a bottle of pop. Over a £1 for a bag of crisps. As for COVID, non of the staff were wearing masks and two tables next to the entrance and ice cream window.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Heslomonick wrote a review Sep 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom71 contributions58 helpful votes
We took our bikes here on our tow bar bike rack on a sunny weekend in September. We’d never been here before and were a bit worried about parking at first as the first car park was full and then the next parking error was too narrow to accommodate our tow bar bike rack. But we carried on driving and there was lots more parking further on and lots of room for our bike rack fortunately. The parking is pay and display and you pay by card. There were lots of shared-use paths for us to explore on our bikes although some of our explorations led to park exits without us realising this. Our boys aged 6 and 8 enjoyed the playground which had lots of equipment for them to play on and there was a nice friendly ice cream van man. There was an area with lots of pirate paraphernalia we cycled through, and a miniature railway although that wasn’t open because of covid.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Jen wrote a review Sep 2020
Leicestershire, United Kingdom349 contributions78 helpful votes
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Loved it here parks fab, great walks, plenty of parking.Miniature train but not currently open. Theres 2 parks one by enttsbce and another huge park on opposite side of park. cafe on site slightly pricey so make sure u take plenty of food. We hired bikes, this was so much fun but bikes werent the best but didnt stop the fun. Plenty of picnic areas too. Highly recommend will be returning.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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