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Brockholes Nature Reserve, Preston

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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3.2/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web
Boasting a floating tourist village that rests on a flood-plain, Brockholes Nature Reserve was bought by the National Trust in 2007 and opened to the public in 2011. Walk the footpaths through the surrounding woodlands, pools, and reed beds. The floating village received a civic award for sustainability as well as recognition for commercial and public access. Make Brockholes Nature Reserve a centerpiece of your Preston vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Preston travel itinerary planner.
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  • We visited Brockholes on a Sunday. The weather was pleasant and it was a little busy as there was a wedding fayre going on. At this time of the year we didnt see much although I have been in the summe...  read more »
  • Baking hot day in September, not ideal for Bird watching. Enjoyed the walk around. The viewing pints are quite far from the ponds so, even with big lenses, the photography was difficult. Saw a good se...  read more »
  • After a fantastic day out, two weeks later I was hit with a bombshell of a fine. I parked on a side road not knowing it was part of a car park! I came for a cheap day out, shocking 'Park with Ease!' 
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