Arrowe Country Park - Neilson's Plantation - Waterfall - Arrowe Country Park

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Starting over meadows, this circular walk then takes you along magnificent tree lined bridle paths for most of the route. It also passes one of the few waterfalls in the Wirral, although really it's more of a cascade; (photo on the right). Arrowe Country Park is made up of some 250 acres of open parkland, ponds and several play areas for children. An excellent, easy walk and there are longer alternative walks - 3472 and 7608.

Good for older children, senior citizens, and everyone in-between. There are no toilets or refreshments, and no bench seats on the route, although these may be found in other parts of the park. It's excellent for dogs but unsuitable for wheelchairs and buggies, but if you do the first part of the walk in reverse and keep off the bridle paths, other parts of the Park will be good for them. You will need to explore the tarmac paths for yourself instead of following the bridle paths in this walk.

Suitable footwear in summer will be anything stout with flat soles, but if the ground is wet after recent rain, and especially in winter, you will need boots as the bridle paths may be boggy. There will; be no problems for anyone wearing shorts.

England - North England - Cheshire - Wirral

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