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Delamere Forest Club Site

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Nights

Friday, 3 March 2023

Sunday, 5 March 2023

Booking required online only

Your stewards are Dianne Morton and Carlton Campbell

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Site Overview

New Site - Hard Standing & EHU, Go Ape, Forest Walks & Ideal for visiting Chester.

Cheshire’s largest area of woodland surrounds our Delamere Forest Club Site.

Located in the west of the county near Chester, Delamere Forest covers some 950 hectares providing outdoor lovers with boundless walking and cycling opportunities on its network of paths and trails direct from the campsite.

The green surroundings of this campsite complement its many environmentally-friendly features. The excellent on-site facilities include a parent and child shower room, laundry and washing area in addition to showers and toilets. The site shop stocks essentials.

In nearby Delamere, Abbeywood Gardens incorporates a two kilometre wildlife walk, while Stonyford Cottage Gardens at Northwich has a woodland walk. Enjoy a boat trip along the River Weaver at the Anderton Boat Lift also near Northwich. The campsite is also handy for Oulton Park motor racing circuit near Tarporley. There’s a Go Ape! course too – with zip wires and Tarzan swings - for those with a head for heights.

To venture further afield, you can catch a train at Delamere station a short walk from the campsite where regular services operate to Manchester and Chester.

Site Facilities - All sites have fresh water & elsan.

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Arriving on site - You must report to the meet steward, have your membership card/s ready. The steward will take your details
and guide you to your ‘pitch’.

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Location & Directions

Address

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Station Rd, Delamere, Northwich CW8 2HZ

Click the w3w address above to see the site location on the map, from there you can start navigation with any of the below apps using your phone or mobile device.

Approaching the site - As we are now using what3words to pinpoint our sites, navigation should be much easier and accurate. However to help spot the site as you approach, we place signs to let you know you are close by and to help guide you. Site entrances can be hard to spot so we also try to put a feather flag at the entrance so you don't drive past.

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Directions / Restrictions (where neccessary)

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