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Lichfield

Chasewater

The reservoir at Chasewater was first created as a canal feeder and remains the largest canal feeder reservoir in use today. 

Size: 889 acres (360 hectares).

Location: Chasewater Innovation Centre, Chasewater Country Park, Pool Road, Brownhills WS8 7NL.

Facilities: Parking, toilets, disabled access, on-site catering, outdoor activity grounds.

Parking charges: £1 for 2 hours, £3.00 all day. Annual parking passes are available for £36 in the Innovation Centre, calling 01543 370737 or emailing chasewater.ic@staffordshire.gov.uk.

The annual pass also covers Milford and Marquis Drive car parks. A £6 deposit is required on ordering, and the remaining £30 on collection.

See more information on the Enjoy Chasewater website

Opening hours

Summer

Visitor Centre:
April to September open weekdays - 9am to 4pm.

Café:
April to September open weekdays 10am to 4pm.

Winter

Visitor Centre:
October to March open weekdays - 9am to 4pm.

Shop and Café:
October to March open weekdays - 10am to 5pm.

 

You can also view the location of the park on Google maps.

Contact

Telephone: 01543 370737

Email: chasewater.ic@staffordshire.gov.uk

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