The beautiful county of Herefordshire is the perfect base for exploring picturesque countryside with all the family and dogs. Lucksall is situated on the banks of the River Wye, with a woodland back drop, the perfect location for picturesque walking from short 15-minute strolls along the Riverbank, to miles varied rambling routes. The variety of different trails will take you through the beautiful Herefordshire countryside.
Just opposite the Park is Westwoods set in 90 acres (approx) of woodland owned by Lucksall Park for all our guests to enjoy. Lucksall keeps it’s 90 acres of Woodland as a nature reserve for wildlife such as Buzzards, Squirrels and Deer, what wildlife will you see?
Adjoining the above is a further 200 acres of woodland leading across to the village of Fownhope with its two pubs The New Inn (dogs welcome) and The Green Man. You can also join The Wye Valley Walk which runs alongside Lucksall Park's woodland providing a perfect mix of hill and river walking.
Just over a mile away is the forestry commission owned Haugh Woods. Stretching over 850 acres providing a safe environment for cycling for all the family. The woodland can be enjoyed from the firm and wide fire roads that run all through the woodland or walkers/cyclists can enjoy the woodland by following the many trails.
Adjoining Haugh Wood is Broadmoor Nature Reserve known as Broadmoor Common, with a wide range of species (especially wildflowers and butterflies) and with the wet grasslands and ponds attracting some unusual birds and amphibians.
Riverside walking is available by following public footpaths right by Lucksall, giving an ideal opportunity to observe the rugged wild nature of the Wye, as well as watching the great array of wildlife that thrives on the Wye; from kingfishers and otters to curlews and swans.
A drive away from the Caravan Park you will find the following additional places to explore with the whole family:
Queenswood Country Park & Arboretum located to the North of Hereford and a short drive from the Caravan Park is dog friendly, children's play area, café
The Sculpture Trail located in the Forest of Dean is a great day out for all the family with free entry and open every day. The Sculpture Trail starts and ends at the rear of the Forestry England, Beechenhurst picnic site, in the heart of the Forest. The full Sculpture Trail is about 4.5 miles long. It can also be explored in a series of shorter distances.
Bodenham Lake Nature Reserve is free entry. You can picnic and stroll through beautiful orchards as well as river and lakeside meadows. Dog friendly.