This beautiful, biodiverse 12 hectare local nature park forms part of a green corridor running from Rowton Moor almost to the River Dee. Caldy Nature Park holds the Greenflag Award.
Caldy Brook, a tributary to the River Dee, runs through the site – sometimes a kingfisher can be spotted fishing along the brook.
Habitats include the brook, ponds and scrapes, woodland, reedbeds, orchard and wild flower meadow.
There is a small rustic play area and plenty of open space to enjoy .The nature park benefits from a well maintained path network, numerous benches to pause and appreciate the surroundings and a picnic bench on Long Meadow.
The nature park is owned and managed by Cheshire West and Chester Council.
For further information, please:
- Telephone: 0300 123 7026
- Email: [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Friends of Caldy Nature Park
Caldy Valley Nature Park Trail Map.
We’ll start from the car park in Caldey Valley Road at the Eastern side of the nature park.
Heading left along the path leading from the corner of the car park.
Past the map.
and information board.
Heading straight on at the cross roads by the bridge and small wear.
Wetland area to the right of the path.
Caldy Brook on the left.
Several benches and interconnecting paths throughout the park. Turn left into the play area.
Arriving at the main pond, keeping left along the main path