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Cuerden Valley Park

Chorley, Whittle-le-Woods

Type of walk

Hilly, Flat, Forest

What's here

Paid Parking, Pathed Routes, Water On Route, Toilets, Wheelchair Friendly

About this walk

Great place for dogs to have off lead walk ,water woods and mud.

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Comments (11)

  • steven profile

    7 years ago

    where do you need to go? map just shows residential , cant see any park?
  • geriking profile

    7 years ago

    there are several entrances. the one on the map shows the entrance on kem mill lane behind cheeky monkeys. bit of a tight turn down hill and road not well maintained but walk is relatively flat and paved. if you carry on along A6 and turn rt down sheep hill lane (past Asda) there is a car park on left hand side. this is the main car park and the map shows the various routes through the park. relatively flat but there are hilly paths if your brave enough. at the far end is the barn where at weekends you can get tea and cakes and during the week there is a coffee shop in the courtyard of the Sue Ryder home in Cuerden Hall toilet facilities are available in office hours at Barn
  • Pnking profile

    4 years ago

    Great walk. Nice mixture of woods, open grass lands and water. Very well maintained 👍🏼
  • Jalola profile

    4 years ago

    Beautiful walk here on New Year’s Day 2020 with family and dog.
  • Frozenpenguine profile

    3 years ago

    Can be muddy in areas but lots of areas for pups to explore
  • Caimh profile

    3 years ago

    Loved it! Really great walk - and I've only scratched the surface. Such a great park!
  • nahenshall profile

    3 years ago

    Great place to go for a few hour of nice varied walking
  • Beau0201 profile

    3 years ago

    Went today for my first time and loved it, got really wet too, mummy's car smells now lol, highly recommend for all doggys and everyone else ❤️
  • Lily5BayBla profile

    3 years ago

    Beautiful enclosed woods
  • Lottieloola profile

    2 years ago

    Lovely! Lots of friendly dogs & their owners weren’t bad either😝 Plenty of of lead areas
  • Benita21 profile

    2 years ago

    Great walk for dogs. Wood and open lands and water for dogs and wieners to explore.
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224 Preston Rd, Whittle-le-Woods, Chorley PR6 7HW, UK View on Google

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