Attended the willow weaving class and REALLY enjoyed it. Had a short walk round slightly spoilt by the weather ~ raining!
A wonderful, vast and varied space teeming with natural wildlife - an experience not to be missed. Beautifully laid trails out though spectacular surroundings. Give the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust your support - they do amazing work. Brilliant little café as well.
Took the family for a run around and some fresh air. The walks were delightful and interesting even for young ones. Four year old daughter loved the squirrels. Cafe was reasonable, nothing to criticise at all. If you get the chance visit this little gem.
I frequent Potteric Carr often, usually by myself or with a friend and we've never had a disappointing visit yet. We always get treated to a mammal or bird we weren't expecting (a Stoat on our last visit). The hides are more than comfortable and spread out enough to ensure you get a completely different view without being too far... More
We just spent the day at Potteric Carr and loved it. It was our first visit and we were impressed with the welcome we received and the ease of movement around the site. Although one of the walks is closed at the moment, there's plenty to do and see. We visited 8 of the hides and there were good things... More
We have been to Potteric Carr Nature Reserve a few time. We always started by walking from the entrance through the reserve to the cafe/ Last time we went we were disappointed with the new cafe menu. We would usually have a cuppa and a bacon buttie, as you do. When we got to the cafe they informed us that... More
Very hypocritical. We arrived as a family with our small well behaved Lhasa Apso dog and were turned away. A nature reserve that does not allow dogs, whatever next, a footballer not being allowed to kick a ball?? Our family outing was therefore cut short and the smart Alec man who obviously had some involvement with the centre can keep... More
Fantastic reserve well worth a visit staff friendly brilliant cafe some great routes to walk round hides well pleased with plenty to see
very inetersting site and always willing to learn about wild life and on way round can have abcon butty too
My partner and I recently visited this attraction and enjoyed a few hours here. The cost was around £8 I believe however we felt after spending the length of time that we did here that it was worth paying. We saw deer while we were walking and of course an abundance of birds. If you are a keen bird watcher... More
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