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“Wonderful Walking”

Beverley Parks Nature Reserve
Ranked #14 of 17 things to do in Beverley
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Reviewed 19 September 2016

We found this place quite by accident but have since been back a few times It is a great place to take your dog (please remember to pick up) and see the different birds and wildlife that are resident here, you can escape from the hustle and bustle of the crazy world we all live in and wander around in the peace and tranquility of a unspoilt area near Beverley

Thank Molescroft
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Reviewed 13 September 2016

This Park is hidden away off long lane but well worth the trip,.there are lots of tree especially the apple orchard which was magnificent when in flower it is so quiet and peaceful.

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Reviewed 1 September 2016

A lonely place which is not easy to find but is worth visiting for its solitude and for the many kinds of apple trees planted for the millennium. Looking a little unkempt now but still interesting.If driving approach from the back lane from Woodmansey to Beverley and the turn is signposted after the railway crossing.

Thank lmorgan2015
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Reviewed 21 August 2016

It's a few months since our visit but it is worth venturing in if you are in the area. The circular walk was developed for the millennium and the trees and shrubs planted then are now maturing nicely. An hour's walk here is very relaxing.

Thank BrooklandsBoy
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Reviewed 20 July 2016

ok, so its easy to find if you're orienteering or have gps, but if you set out to walk from Beverley (as we did) there's only one small sign on the road just at the turning - easy to miss if you're driving.
The approach could do with smartening up a bit. Its a small, quite densely planted and pollarded bit of mixed woodland, triangular shaped with a path down two sides, meeting at the point. The path is well maintained (I suspect it could get muddy) flat and easily walked. There are a few seats. Apart from the trees, there is not much interesting flora and we saw no signs of fauna (well, one beetle and one butterfly). Hardly any birdsong.
Not a place for interesting nature. Not big enough for an interesting walk.
Having said that, it IS a very peaceful and pleasant spot to sit and savour, with all the woodland smells you'd expect.

Thank TheLesserMerlin
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