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Marbury Country Park, Northwich

(4.6/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Not a great deal to do really but its a lovely place to walk round and has a few pit stops along the way....dog and child friendly  more »
  • I visit Marbury regularly with fellow dog walkers and it's a great country park. There is lots of wildlife to see and plenty for all ages to enjoy (kids play area, horse accessibility with specific tr...  more »
  • This is a great location to walk down to the Anderton Boat Lift, down by the stream through the bluebells and wild garlic, over the fields and around the mere or further afield. There are so many opti...  more »
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  • Been coming here for 25+ years, absolutely amazing. Plenty of wildlife to see and lots of interesting sights and walks. Great for kids or just for a ramble about. I did follow a particular path today, wasn't exciting as I first thought as it actually lead to the Canal but none the less, very enjoyable.
  • It's a country park in Marbury. Other than the outdoor pool that is nice to use on half a dozen days of the year there is little else to attract non dog owners. Not worth travelling over 15 minutes for.
  • Lovely place to walk, cycle and enjoy the countryside. Toilets, small takeaway cafe, undercover benches, park and plenty of parking. A good place to spend time.
  • Smashing park, with walks to the lake, through the reed beds (easily missed - past the bird hides), thorough woods and even up to the local canal. Plenty of places to sit too. A great place to spend a few hours. Parking is £1.50 for up to 3 hours, or £2.50 for longer. Park open till 8pm in summer, 5pm in winter.
  • Lot of beautiful countryside, perfect for dog walks and picnics. It also has an open air pool as well as cycle paths and a huge lake/mere.