List of parks, picnic areas and greenways
Coronavirus - latest guidance
For everyone’s safety, please follow the guidance to help control the virus.
Please follow these steps:
- Do not leave home if you or anyone in your household has symptoms.
- Follow social distancing guidelines when meeting with anyone from outside your household.
- Please leave gates on rights of way as you find them - some landowners may tie gates open at this time to avoid the need for path users to touch the gate.
- On rights of way, consider using any alternative routes suggested that enable you to avoid going near houses and working farm or stable areas.
- Follow the Countryside Code.
- You may want to wear gloves to prevent infection when using gates and stiles.
- Wash your hands when you return home.
Please help us to keep the sites safe, usable and wildlife friendly:
- Taking your litter home so our staff can focus on critical operations
- Stay on paths
- Keep dogs on leads.
Guidance for landowners of rights of way is on the rights of way coronavirus page.
Please note that our Rangers and Rights of Way staff are focusing on essential duties, so may not be able to respond to other matters at this time.
Our country parks and picnic areas are great places to take a walk, enjoy nature or get active. Select the links below to find out more about the sites.
- Consall Nature Park
- Deep Hayes Country Park (Please note that due to recent extreme weather there has been some flooding on site; the unsurfaced paths are extremely wet and muddy and are not advisable for children, or adults without appropriate footware. Toilets are currently closed due to staff availability.)