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Rother Valley Country Park consists of 750 acres of parkland. It includes areas of open water, grassland, woodland as well as footpaths, bridleways and cycle routes. A haven for wildlife, as well as a centre of excellence for education, water sports...more
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Rother Valley Country Park Mansfield Road | Wales Bar, Wales, Rotherham S26 5PQ, England
Rother valley is dead money , £5.00 just to park & you pay for the inclosed play ground , water sports & mini railway .. better of catching the 30 bus and walking into it or parking in beighton ,solhall housing estate ..for a family...More
It’s a nice place but £5 to park is a RIP OFF. We went to the aqua park which was great but that cost £75 so a fiver on top to park is just wrong. Having holidays in France makes you realise how we get...More
Visited with my partner and 3 year old daughter for a walk around the lake which was nice but the car parking was limited and very expensive a fiver! and the ice cream van was even more expensive a right rip off! 2.50 for a...More
Love this place as a disabled person as I was able to access all of the park with the loan of a mobility scooter. There are also adapted cycles to hire to. There are a range of activities on the water such as pedloes, electric...More
Anyone wishing to have a nice day out with great walks and scenery this is a must. Plenty to do from walks to water sports. Great little on site cafe too doing all kinds of nice food. Perfect for summer bbqs too.
We visited the park to canoe on the lake. It was excellent value for money -£12.50 for three of us on a Canadian canoe and we all stayed dry (no need for wetsuit hire).
Lots of other things to do too. A lovely play park...More
I'm not sure what the official policy is, however, I see many people using them during these awesome sunny days. Most people grab a few rocks from the waters edge to place underneath and stop the grass scorching. If you're... More
I'm not sure what the official policy is, however, I see many people using them during these awesome sunny days. Most people grab a few rocks from the waters edge to place underneath and stop the grass scorching. If you're taking good fire safety precautions, I'm sure you'll be welcome. They do have signs saying no open fires allowed. Hope that helps.