Nestled in the heart of the Lancashire countryside, Brockholes Nature Reserve is a haven for wildlife and a great place to enjoy the outdoors.

The reserve is home to a variety of animals, including water voles, otters, and dragonflies. There are also plenty of birds to spot, such as kingfishers, herons, and sandpipers. In addition to its animal residents, Brockholes Nature Reserve is also home to a variety of plants. The reserve is particularly rich in wildflowers, with over 200 species recorded.

With its stunning scenery and diverse wildlife, Brockholes Nature Reserve is an ideal place to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Whether you’re looking for a peaceful stroll or an adventurous hike, Brockholes Nature Reserve has something for everyone.

Location & Contact Details

Brockholes Nature Reserve
Preston New Road
Samlesbury
Preston
PR5 0AG

Tel: 01772 872 000
Website: https://brockholes.org

Maximum distance from properties: 6 miles

Additional Information

  • No dogs (except for assistance dogs)

  • Mostly outdoors

  • Host occasional craft events & car boot sales (check events section on their website for details)