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Newcastle

Apedale Community Country Park

Apedale Community Country Park is Staffordshire's newest country park. The centre offers family nature trails, pond dipping, guided walks, organised events and festivals, educational activities and special projects.

Please note:

The toilets will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.

Size: 454 acres (184 Hectares).

Location: Blackbank Road, Knutton, Newcastle, Staffordshire ST5 6AX

Facilities: Parking, baby changing, disabled access, disabled toilets, toilets, shops, picnic area, outdoor activity grounds, guided tours.

Dogs

We are in the Newcastle Borough Council's dog control order scheme.
We have a general rule of dogs under close control everywhere except where shown.

Dogs on leads is required at:

  • The visitor centre and heritage centre.
  • All car parks.
  • Whitebarn Paddock.

No dogs allowed:

  • Lapwing Paddock
  • Hornbeam paddocks 1 & 2.
  • Conservation areas signed, including all great crested newt ponds
  • Nature education areas and dipping ponds.

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