Ulley Country Park (Rotherham) Reviews
Description:Address: Ulley / Rotherham / South Yorkshire / England / Telephone: 01709 850353 / Enjoy the British countryside and ... more
Newest Review: ... has overtook it in popularity and that is now the premier sailing and watersports facility in the county. Nevertheless Ulley Country Park is still a popular destination for hikers, birdwatchers, anglers and picnickers. Its location close to the M1 motorway and at the side of A618, one of the main routes between Sheffield and Rotherham makes it very easily accessible. This Country Park is ... more
Customer Ulley Country Park (Rotherham) Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/03/08 (Very useful, 227 readings)
Ulley reservoir lies approximately 10 miles (16 Km) to the east of Sheffield in South Yorkshire. This reservoir and its surrounding area of woodland opened as a country park in 1986 although the reservoir itself was created during the 1870's to provide a fresh supply of drinking water to Rotherham. By the early 1980's Ulley Reservoir was no longer providing water for Rotherham and so it was sold by Yorkshire Water to Rotherham Borough Council for the token sum of £1, with the purpose of creating the Country Park that we see today. Ulley Country Park now covers an area of around 33 acres. This is an area that I know very well. As a child I use d to play ... Read the complete review
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