Can you take dogs to crocky trail?

Last Update: May 30, 2022

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Why not bring the whole family (including the dog) and get down and dirty with us at the Crocky Trail outdoor adventure playground in Cheshire? ... Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead.

Can dogs go Crocky Trail?

Dog owners are more than welcome to bring along their canine friend(s), however, we do require dogs to be kept on a lead and under supervision at all times. And bring your poo bags! It's not fair to the kids otherwise. Or the parents cleaning the shoes.

Is Crocky Trail wheelchair friendly?

Yes, there are toilets, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities. Is Crocky Trail baby friendly? Yes, there are baby changing facilities. ... No, Crocky Trail is not wheelchair friendly.

What age is Crocky Trail aimed at?

Aimed at 5+, we have 3 year olds who love it, 70 year olds who love it, and of course some 6 year olds who find it too scary/busy/full on.

How long do you need at the crocky trail?

about 2 - 2 1/2 hours at least. There are little activities along the way and a small group of rides/ slides at the beginning too.


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How much are crocky trail tickets?

(please ensure you still allocate a ticket for them!) £15.50: Children ages 5 to 21 (Yes some 21 year olds are big kids!!!) £10.50: Adults (21 and over) £7.00: Concessions (for people with disabilities of all ages, senior citizens, blue card holders, NHS Staff)

Is crocky Trail Open 2020?

Crocky Trail is open all through Summer (10am-5pm)

No admission by paying on the gate.

Is crocky trail suitable for 2 year olds?

So to conclude, yes Crocky Trail definitely is a fantastic adrenaline fuelled family day out in Cheshire, where the kids can go off on an adventure and get some fresh air. Adults can also join in the fun, and some provision has been made for children below the age of 4.

What time does Delamere Forest close?

Opening hours 10am-5pm.

Is there Alabama rot in Delamere Forest?

A heartbroken dog owner has shared a warning after her beloved Cocker Spaniel died from a deadly disease called Alabama Rot. Rebecca Fox, 29, and her husband James were holidaying at the new Forest Holidays in Delamere Forest with their dogs in mid-May and had also visited beaches in North Wales.

Are there toilets at Delamere Forest?

Delamere Forest redevelopment project

Work is now complete on our brand new visitor welcome building which includes a new cafe and improved toilet facilities, a new car park and improved access for everyone.

Where can I park for free at Delamere Forest?

There is also free parking spaces along the Ashton road or switchback as it is known locally. This car park is open daily from 8am - 8pm (summer) 8am - 5pm (winter)and is free.

Can you take a picnic to crocky trail?

We are more than happy for you to bring a picnic with you. There's plenty of places to sit and eat. And your car is accessible all day in the car park. During summer holidays we do offer more choice.

Can you take dogs to Manley Mere?

We allow dogs on the Adventure Trail all we ask is that dogs remain on their leads at all times and that you pick up after your dog. We have dog waste bins at the start of the trail. ... We have designated picnic areas before the trail entrance with bins provided.

Can you pay by card at Delamere Forest Park?

A: All pay stations accept card payments. Some of the machines close to the visitor information point accept cash but we'd encourage you to pay by card whenever possible. You can also use the Glide phone app to allow you to pay without needing to visit a pay station.

Who owns Delamere Forest?

Delamere Forest is a large wood in the village of Delamere in Cheshire, England. The woodland, which is managed by Forestry England, covers an area of 972 hectares (2,400 acres) making it the largest area of woodland in the county.

How long is the Gruffalo trail Delamere?

At just 1.5 miles in length the trail is also just about the perfect distance for older toddlers and younger children to manage by themselves. Furthermore, the many dens that have been set up in the woodland along the way provide them with lots of welcome rest points.

Is Delamere Forest safe for dogs?

Your Forest Dog Code

Take the lead Forests are great spaces for your dog to enjoy, just make sure you know when you need to use the lead. Keep your eyes peeled Please respect other visitors, wildlife and livestock, keep your eyes open and your dog within sight.

Are dogs allowed in Delamere Forest?

Delamere Forest park contains a number of trails to take the pooches on, both on and off the road and is a great day out too. There a few lakes around, as well as a picnic area and a cafe which is perfect for an ice cream break, or when the dog needs a drink.

Where has Alabama rot been found?

There have been new cases of Alabama rot dog disease confirmed nationally, with cases reported in Devon, Berkshire, New Forest and Hampshire in January 2021.

What do Alabama rot lesions look like?

The appearance of skin sores not caused by a known injury is a symptom of Alabama rot. In typical cases, skin legions have appeared below the knee or elbow and occasionally on the face or at the bottom of the chest or abdomen. There may be visible swelling, a red patch or a defect in the skin (perhaps an ulcer).

How do you prevent Alabama rot in dogs?

How can I prevent Alabama rot?
  1. keep their dog away from very muddy areas.
  2. wash their dog after a walk if they get wet or muddy.

Should I be worried about Alabama rot?

Alabama rot is a potentially fatal disease that causes skin lesions and can lead to eventual kidney failure. The disease which only affects dogs, damages the blood vessels in the skin and kidneys. It causes tiny clots, leading to ulceration of the skin and severe kidney damage.

What are the first symptoms of Alabama rot in dogs?

The first signs you may notice if your dog has contracted Alabama rot are lesions or ulcers on the skin. These could appear as a patch of red skin, or as an open ulcer or sore. In many cases, the lesions will look out of the ordinary to vets.

Where do dogs catch Alabama rot?

Alabama rot symptoms in dogs

The first signs of the disease are painful skin lesions, sores and ulcers, usually around the paws and lower legs; they can also appear on the dog's face, mouth, tongue and lower body.