Visit Northwich Woodland
The Northwich Woodlands offers plenty to do and see for spending the day with friends and family; walking, nature watching and picnics; it's a fantastic place to explore. Throughout the year, the Ranger service offers an extensive range of events; from fun days out to those with specialist interests; there is something to suit everyone. Whatever time you have there is always something new to discover, so visit us and explore the site or just simply take the time to enjoy and relax.
1st April to 30th September
9.00am to 8.00pm
1st October to 31st March
9.00am to 5.00pm
The Northwich Woodlands offer visitors a wealth of possibilities for enjoyment. Try exploring the Northwich Woodlands by walking, cycling or horse riding in a traffic-free environment. Much of the area is gently undulating with many gradients reduced to make the paths suitable for families with prams or visitors in wheelchairs. Circular routes of varying length are possible taking in different features of interest.
Map of the Park
The Northwich Woodlands is an area of vibrant and accessible countryside stretching from the town's doorstep to Marbury Country Park. An extensive network of paths provides the opportunity for exploration by foot, bicycle or on horseback. The area can also be enjoyed whilst cruising down the Trent and Mersey canal or River Weaver Navigation. These two historic waterways are linked by the famous Anderton Boat Lift; a feat of Victorian engineering.
Car Park permit
Season Tickets are valid from the date we receive your application and are available at the price of £31, or at a concessionary rate of £21 for FOAM members, senior citizens or anyone in receipt of benefit e.g. Unemployment Benefit. Disabled parking badge holders can park free of charge.
Whether traveling by car, bus, train or bike Northwich Woodlands is easy to find. If you require any further information please contact the park. We are within easy walking distance of Northwich town centre via Carey Park, off Leicester Street.