Delamere Forest Park (Cheshire) Reviews
Description:Delamere Forest is a forest run by the Forestry Commission for the benefit of local people
Newest Review: ... main starting point for all of the trails on offer. We have, occasionally stuck to the trails and they are ok, they are used more so with cyclists, dog walkers (on leads only) pushchairs and wheelchair users and well, everybody else really. But most of the paths are suitable for all the above mentioned. The main trails have picnic areas and are great places for spotting wildlife whilst not ... more
Customer Delamere Forest Park (Cheshire) Reviews (3)
by - written on 28/07/11 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Having such a large dog requires a lot of exercise. As our dog is part grey hound and a mix of other crazy breads (we love him all the same!) he requires a copious amount of exercise, he gets to the park every day but on occasion, to give him a special treat we take him to delamere forest which is an hours drive from where we live. Delamere forest is situated in delamere, Cheshire which is an exquisite village situated within the countryside. Delamere forest is rather out of the way and even though we have been several times we always manage to get lost on our way there. Once you have managed to find the main entrance however, there are several ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I was in Delamere a few weeks ago with friends on a charity dog walk raising awareness for greyhounds. It was a good place to go as not only is Delamere a very popular attraction with all ages, walkers and cyclists and adventure-seekers, but there are a lot of dog walkers at any time you go. This leads to a negative though- there are signs asking owners to keep dogs on leashes at all times and to pick up dog mess and use the bins provided, but unfortunately there are some owners who do not do this, so watch out where you step and if you're nervous of dogs stay clear. Of course the vast majority act responsibly, but it is the odd few- so just to watch out... also watch ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/09 (Very useful, 921 readings)
Delamere Forest in Chester is a remnant of the ancient forests of Mara and Mondrum; used as hunting grounds as far back as Norman times. Now, a shadow of its former self at a 'mere' 950 hectares, the forest is a thoroughly modern tourist centre for the 21st Century. Getting there and parking Delamere Forest is easy to find, some 10 miles east of Chester. There are six car parks scattered around the park; some are pay and display, but my favourite, Barnesbridge Gates, is free. If this car park is full, there are plenty of parking spaces at the roadside here. Details of all the car parks can be found ... Read the complete review
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