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I visited Ogden for a walk with my dog and partner and when I returned to my car about an hour and a half later it had been broken into and my handbag which was hidden and a bag of old clothes I was taking...More
Ogden waters is a hidden gem from the bustle of central bradford, totally amazing that you can get to ogden waters within ten minutes! Its a beautiful place which is really peaceful, always full of friendly people and good for kids if they are active,...More
visited Ogden water country park over the bank holiday weekend ,we had heard good things about it .Very disappointing , car park very rough and uneven , walking around the reservoir ,nearly got knocked down by mountain bikes , dog mess evident on paths ....More
Very well maintained nature reserve. Fantastic for families and dog friendly. Suitable for all abilities from a simple walk to full ramble with wooden carvings dotted around the trail. Parking and cafe on site.
Have been meaning to walk here for years and finally got around to it today as I was passing with my dog. Glad there were toilets as i would have had to continue driving home otherwise! Parking is £1 which I assume is voluntary because...More
Visited today.Am very impressed with what is there.There is something for all abilities,plenty of seats for those who just want to stay a while, little more adventurous walks with older children, for those who wish to walk further there a good range of leaflets in...More
Large car park on three levels cost one pound put in box by visitor centre.lots of walks in woods around reservoir a circuit about a mile.A good base for other walks bronte way ,millennium circular walk etc.level walking around reservoir so good for anybody irrespective...More
We enjoyed a lovely walk through the woods after having lunch at the pub nearby. There is a path that follows round the water but we chose the path that just went a little way into the woods. Pretty beech trees on the route with...More