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Lovely country walk

Free parking, few picnic benches. Walking along the river, you could get down to the river and... read more

Reviewed 5 June 2018
Ranga K
Beautiful country walk

Free parking, path along river, steep banks and trees for children to climb, would be a great... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2018
Ben P
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Brock Mill Lane, Garstang PR3 0PF, England
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Reviewed 5 June 2018

Free parking, few picnic benches. Walking along the river, you could get down to the river and enjoy some cool and clean water. lots of lovely birds. Took my 1.5 yr old. Absolutely enjoyed.

3  Thank Ranga K
Reviewed 9 April 2018

Free parking, path along river, steep banks and trees for children to climb, would be a great picnic spot in better weather.

1  Thank Ben P
Reviewed 23 March 2018 via mobile

Thought we would try Brock bottom out for a place to re-Visit in the summer months Very easy to find, ample parking for 30 cars, wasn’t busy with loads of people We managed to stay 90 minutes and didn’t manage to walk full way around...More

2  Thank casinoshark
Reviewed 4 February 2018 via mobile

Such a lovely walk, walking along the River Brock. There is free parking as soon as you reach the destination and there’s a clear pathway to walk along so you can’t get lost! (There are no dog waste bins on this walk)

Thank hannah t
Reviewed 3 December 2017

This is a lovely Riverside walk with lost of wildlife to observe. My wife is in a wheelchair and we were disappointed to only manage a portion of the walk before hitting an obstacle that her chair couldn't manage.

Thank maw747
Reviewed 18 November 2017

Not too easy to find, but once you do there's a good sized car-park. Been here on many occasions with my dogs and never had a bad day out. Good paths at the start, with the river running right next to you and grassland on...More

1  Thank Norts1531
Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

Lovely place, great for a dog walk with the family, the only thing that ruined the fabulous surroundings were the dog Pooh’s that had been bagged up but then just dumped, so this place certainly needs dog pooh bins

1  Thank Colin H
Reviewed 6 October 2017 via mobile

A secluded paradise that you can create your own adventures in. After a small hike through the wilderness me and my son went down the walkable rapids at a gentle pace. Before exploring the river bed rocks/creepy crawlies,before pulling the camping gear to make lunch....More

Thank Chris B
Reviewed 23 August 2017

Great waterside walks with my little dog, clean and well kept. Ideal for families or solo like myself

Thank Mark W
Reviewed 2 August 2017 via mobile

Brock bottom is a family friendly location with a number of different routes to explore. On this visit we met up with some family members, covering an age range of 8-78 years. There is a well maintained path which is pushchair and wheelchair accessible, however...More

3  Thank Pandy_MCFC
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14 August 2018|
Response from casinoshark | Reviewed this property |
Not sure,, why would you want to, if you need rocks go buy some
25 August 2015|
Response from natsnorthwest | Reviewed this property |
some parts are but some would be a little tricky as you get further into the walk so it depends how far you go really and which route you go as there's a lot to explore.