Thurstaston Nature Reserve
Thurstaston Common Nature Reserve comprises almost 250 acres of both semi-natural and planted woodland, heathland and open parkland.
If you are blessed with children interested in birds, butterflies and hide and seek then bless yourselves further with a sunny afternoon here and enjoy some glorious views and rare 'spotting's.
The main entrance to the area is at Royden Park, Frankby, although it can be approached from Thurstaston Hill near Irby. The Rangers' Office is situated near the car park in Royden Park.
Take the A5027 (or from Wallasey take the M53 to Upton and then the B5139 via Greasby to Frankby Green. Turn left along Hillbark Road to Royden Park gates. From Chester or West Kirby Take the A540 and then the B5140 (Montgomery Hill) turn right to Royden Park gates.
Wirral Rangers look after Royden Park and are there to help you, they welcome enquiries.
If you've had fun on your family day out to Thurstaston Nature Reserve, tell us about it your visit, so other people will know it's a great place to go as well.
Hill Bark Lodge
Hill Bark Road
Telephone: 0151 677 7594
Free entry. Opening Times: 2013 Opening Details:
Walled Nature Garden:
Daily (except Christmas Day and New Years Day).
Coach House and Exhibits:
Occasional weekends throughout the year.
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