Consall Nature Park is situated within the beautiful valley of the River Churnet. Sir Derek Barber, Chairman of the then Countryside Commission (now Natural England), opened the park in 1989.
Part of the park is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and here the emphasis is on nature conservation, whilst at the same time welcoming the public to enjoy the paths, fishing and picnic facilities.
The Visitor Centre provides displays and exhibitions on the varied and dramatic past of the valley and its present natural history interests. There is a small shop area, selling leaflets and souvenirs throughout the summer (April - September). Toilet facilities are provided all year round and there is easy access to facilities for the less agile. There are designated car parking spaces and toilets available for people with disabilities.
If you are unsure of where to walk, try our Consall Nature Park Trails, a series of waymarked walks starting from the Visitor Centre.
Also situated within the consall forge nature park is the famous consall forge pottery shop http://www.4ateapot.co.uk