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Caldy Nature Park

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:

How to get there:

The nature park has parking for 8-10 cars at the main entrance on Caldy Valley Road in Great Boughton (just below Sainsburys). There are also pedestrian access points into the Nature Park from Chester Road, Huntington and the housing estates surrounding the nature park.​

Further information:

Friends of Caldy Nature Park are an organised group of passionate individuals who contribute to the ongoing management and enjoyment of the Nature Park. They organise a monthly working party and also host numerous events throughout the year. For more information or should you wish to join the Friends: