Macclesfield Riverside Park is named for the scenic River Bollin that meanders through its grounds.
The river is the lifeblood of the park. It offers not only visual serenity but also serves as a habitat for aquatic life.
nglers often frequent the riverbanks, casting their lines for chub and roach, while families enjoy feeding the ducks or simply sitting on one of the many benches that overlook this natural wonder.
Walking and Cycling Trails
The park boasts a network of walking and cycling paths that are carefully designed and maintained to allow visitors to explore its 13 hectares with ease.
Signposts and information boards along these trails provide educational insights into the area’s ecology and history.
Whether you’re interested in a strenuous workout or a leisurely stroll, these paths offer a range of options for visitors of all fitness levels.
Flora and Fauna
One of the most attractive features of Macclesfield Riverside Park is its diverse ecosystem. From hardwood trees to delicate blooms, the park showcases an array of plant life that evolves with the changing seasons.
Similarly, the park serves as a sanctuary for an impressive range of bird species—kingfishers, herons, and even the occasional hawk—as well as other small mammals like foxes and rabbits.
Address – 6 Beechwood Mews, Tytherington, Macclesfield, SK10 2SL
Website – https://www.bollinvalley.org.uk/sites-and-trails/macclesfield-riverside-park