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Bowland Wild Boar Park

Chipping, Preston PR3 2HB, UK

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About Bowland Wild Boar Park

Bowland Wild Boar Park is a family run business set in 65 acres in the heart of the Forest of Bowland near Chipping. Visitors can see the animals, explore their habitats and meet and hold some of the smaller residents . There are walking trails, lovely views and a popular café.


Attractions near Bowland Wild Boar Park

Browsholme Hall and Tithe Barn3.18km from Bowland Wild Boar Park

Browsholme Hall has been the ancestral home of the Parkers, Bowbearers of the Forest of Bowland since the time Tudor times. Today it is still the family’s home and visitors are invited to enjoy its magnificent architecture, fabulous interiors and antique furnishings set in the stunning landscape of the Hodder Valley.

Longridge Fell3.99km from Bowland Wild Boar Park

Longridge Fell is the most southerly fell in England, near the town of Longridge.  It is a good example of a cuesta; the ridge has a sharp drop or escarpment on its northern side and a gentler, more varying slope on its southern side. These features make it a popular takeoff for hang-gliders and paragliders on the relatively infrequent occurrences of a northerly wind. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and nature trips.

Parlick5.65km from Bowland Wild Boar Park

Parlick is an approximately cone-shaped steep-sided hill at the extreme south of the main range of Bowland fells in Lancashire, England. Its bog-free sides make it more popular with walkers than the shallow boggy hills to its north. Paths zigzag up this hill from the south, or for the more strenuous ascent, a straight path can be chosen. It is usually green and is famous among tourists.

Fair Snape Fell6.4km from Bowland Wild Boar Park

Fair Snape Fell is the highest point in the Forest of Bowland. It is a brilliant path that follows a nice shallow gradient downwards, with views all the way across to the Three Peaks – Pen-y-Ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside. Considerable areas of the Bowland fells were used for military training during World War II and there are still unexploded bombs in some areas, including nearby Wolf Fell.

Trough of Bowland8.12km from Bowland Wild Boar Park

The Trough of Bowland is a beautiful valley in the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. While it offers some dramatic scenery, the valley is also notable as the path taken by the ‘Pendle Witches’ to their trial at Lancaster Castle in the 17th century.

Beacon Fell8.8km from Bowland Wild Boar Park

A beautiful country park consists of 110 hectares of woodland, moorland, and farmland. There is an abundance of wildlife for those who are prepared to be observant. Rabbits and hares are frequent and are easily spotted.  Beacon Fell's views across the Forest of Bowland from the 266m summit attract both individuals and families looking for something to do outdoors.  One of the main attractions in this area and it offers a chance for a good trek too.

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Lancashire is a ceremonial county and geographical area in North West England. The county has some spectacular coastal landscapes, from the stunning sweep of Morecambe bay to the gay promenade of Blackpool - a popular seaside resort since Victorian times. Morecambe bay has over 120 sq miles of mud flats, home to a wide range of sea birds and wildlife, forming an important northern winter sanctuary.