Situated just a short drive from Northwich Town centre, Marbury Park offers a spectacular mix of environments for visitors to enjoy in peace and tranquility.

Spring bluebells in Marbury Park, Northwich

You can wander through bird-song filled woodland, stroll by Budworth Mere or meander over to the Trent & Mersey Canal, taking in some of the best elements of the Cheshire countryside.

There are miles and miles of surfaced paths catering for walkers, cyclists, families and horse riders, all of which are very accessible and well signposted.

The park is partly looked after by The Friends of Anderton and Marbury (FOAM) who are very proactive, often running events throughout the year.

Their busy programme features a whole host of activities including conservation tasks, talks and walks, with a focus on wildlife, habitats and unique insights into the plants and trees that grow across the park.

Just a short walk from the large car park is a picnic area with plenty of cover, so even if the weather isn’t at its best, visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery without getting wet.

Speaking of water, the park has its very own swimming pool which is perfect for keeping cool during the summer. You can find out more about that by Clicking HERE.

With its mesmerising woodlands and peaceful waters, Marbury really is a little gem in the heart of Mid-Cheshire but don’t take our word for it, pop down and explore the park for yourself.

Entrance to Marbury Park
Budworth Mere at Marbury
Bluebells at Marbury