How much is parking at Brereton Heath?

How much is parking at Brereton Heath?

Car park charges

Car Parking Ticket Type Charges
Annual parking permit for Brereton Heath only £44.00
Annual permit for approved clubs £28.00
Casual tickets under 1 hour £1.00
Casual visit 1 to 3 hours £2.00

Is Brereton Heath open?

The park is open by 8.45am each day, and closes at 5pm during the winter, and 8.30pm during British Summer Time.

How long is the walk around Brereton Lake?

The site contains many footpaths including a hardcore path around the lake. This route uses several of the footpaths Brereton Heath Nature Reserve is a site of about 50 acres surrounding a large lake….Price: Free.

Length: 2.03 miles
Difficulty: Easy

Can you swim in Brereton Lake?

Brereton Beach offers the best of fun-in-the-sun recreation: swimming, canoeing, sailing and hiking. Part of Whiteshell Provincial Park, the Brereton Beach campground offers 8 electrical and 18 non-serviced sites and a playground, change rooms and picnic shelters within the campground area.

How much does it cost to park at Brereton Heath?

Brereton Heath Car Park Charges Car Parking Ticket Type Charges Annual parking permit for Brereton Heath £44.00 Annual permit for approved clubs £28.00 Casual tickets under 1 hour £1.00 Casual visit 1 to 3 hours £2.00

Where is Brereton Heath nature reserve in Cheshire?

The Reserve is situated on Davenport Lane off the A54 between Holmes Chapel and Congleton. The reserve is open from 8.45am to 8.30 pm in summer and from 8.45am to 5pm in winter. There is a pay and display car park. Annual permits are available. Blue badge holders can park free of charge and there are 4 designated bays for disabled parking.

How to get a canoe permit in Brereton Heath?

Annual canoe permits are available for groups only, costing £10.70 per year, per canoe. Canoe permits can be applied for by completing the Canoe Permit application form (PDF 171KB). The Macclesfield Canoe Club utilise the lake for training.