Sankey Valley Park
Bewsey Farm Close
Notes about Sankey Valley Park
The park covers an area of over 7 miles from fiddlers ferry through to winwick quay and is a combination of a nature reserve, country park and a heritage trail. It is mostly level but is quite hilly around bewsey old hall. The parks paths are made up of tarmac, rolled stone, grass paths and even some unsurfaced paths running through the woodlands. There are regular resting areas every 200 metres but none covered and there are no toilets anywhere on the park. Information boards have been erected at various stages. They give brief history of the park and a map. Signposts are placed at regular intervals -- they are clear and give relevant information. The visitor centre/ranger office is situated in bewsey old hall and accessible only via a steep hill. The park is open all year round and is well served by public transport with the no 18 bus to callands or 16 to dallam stopping at various points along the park.
There is a car park that can park minibuses/coaches and it has 3 designated disabled parking bays.