Visitor facilities and attractions include:
- Play and environment centre
- Car parking
- Walking and cycling clubs
- Wildflower, wetland and woodland habitats
- Adventure playground
- The main footpath routes are accessible
- ‘Work Out’ Green Gym
The park is open throughout the year.
The Play and Environment Centre and toilets are open when green space rangers and play volunteers are on site.
How to get there
Mill Dam Park
L32 2AU (Opens up in Google Maps).
The main entrance to Mill Dam Park is on Mill Lane. Other local pedestrian entrances are on Buttermere Close and Seathwaite Crecent.
Mill Dam Park forms part of the Kirkby Cycle Route. Find it at www.sustrans.org.uk.
Kirkby Train Station is a 10 minute walk from Mill Dam Park. Leave the station and turn left onto Glovers Brow then turn left onto Mill Lane.
A number of buses stop outside Mill Dam Park on Mill Lane, 197,992 and 993.
Contact Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 for times of buses and trains or visit the Traveline website.
Leave at junction 6 of the M57 onto Valley Road (A506) signposted Kirkby. Head straight on at the roundabout into Hall Lane. At the cross road turn left onto County Road and at the next cross roads turn left into Mill Lane.
Disability access information.