Nestled in the Forest of Bowland, this beautiful park was a great day out for all the family for only £15. We arrived to find peacocks wandering, pot bellied pigs snoring and a frog in the toilet block! The owners happily showed us around the grounds introducing us to the baby wild boars and chicks only three days old. Our children loved the great range of animals from meercats to miniature donkeys, wallabies and whooper swans, the tractor ride and barrel ride and their dad loved the adventure playground. We all ate in the cafe – delicious homemade soup, burgers and cakes. Half the price of some of the larger animal parks. We walked off the cake with a hike in the woods spotting wrens and robins and a variety of wild flowers. A gem of a place.
This a website dedicated to self guided walks exploring the diversity of Lancashire's countryside. Through its use of digital photographs many of the routes described can be followed almost "virtually". For this reason the website will be particularly attractive to novice walkers. A theme of the website is that Lancashire's countryside is too easily overlooked because of its proximity to the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, and yet it provides wonderful walking.
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