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Daisy Nook Country Park

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Daisy Nook Country Park

98 Reviews
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Stannybrook Road John Howarth Countryside Centre, Failsworth England
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Ashton WestManchester Metrolink22 min
Ashton MossManchester Metrolink26 min
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Hollie Ivy wrote a review Nov 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom44 contributions4 helpful votes
My partner and I called in at IKEA to pick up an order last week and thought we’d find somewhere nearby for a nice walk afterwards (what else can you do during covid!) We found Daisy Nook via Trip Advisor and have to say the photos are really misleading. It looked like quite a nice park on the photos but when we got there everything was so unkept and rundown. There was also litter everywhere - quite sad actually to see so much wildlife living in filthy water surrounded by rubbish. It feels like once upon a time someone tried to make Daisy Nook into a nice green space but nowadays it’s totally run down and no longer looked after. It’s a shame as it could be nice if it was shown shown some care and TLC - wouldn’t go out of your way to visit.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Chris D wrote a review Nov 2020
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The park is a great place for a walk and to see a bit of nature, especially with a curious 2 and half year old. The problem is the dog walkers who think that it is not their responsibly to pick up their dog's excrement. Also, not everyone thinks it's adorable when a smelly, dirty and untrained mutt tries to say "hello". Why not try putting it on a lead like the rules state? If you suggest this then you look the one with a problem and the unstable one. My Daughter wanted to walk around and kick the leaves but there was so much dog mess (plus bags of dog mess discarded because they can't be bothered to carry it) that it was not worth the risk letting her do it. It's also strange that I have never met a dog owner who admits that they let their dog deficate in public places so where is it all coming from? There is also lots of litter these days but that is probably because the lower orders have been attracted to the park during the COVID pandemic.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Nev H wrote a review Sep 2020
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Excellent place to go for a dog walk are even without the dog. Facilities are really good toilet and
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mojoblue717 wrote a review Sep 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom2 452 contributions259 helpful votes
Spent an enjoyable couple of Bank Holiday Monday hours here, after having last visited some 15 years ago. This is quite a historic area and would recommend reading up on its history, before your visit, and then you'll get much more from your time here. Well laid out paths, lots of information boards. We parked at main entrance, where there is a visitors centre & cafe. There are a couple of other car parks as well, but this is the best place to start your walk
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Date of experience: August 2020
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sean97 wrote a review Aug 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
Had a lovely bike ride today round DN and Ashton. Plenty of scenery and horses pottering about. Nice little ice cream stop off near the car park, although was heavily crowded with no people wearing masks.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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