Daisy Nook is a country park in Failsworth, Greater Manchester, England, which runs through the Medlock Valley.
The name Daisy Nook came from a book by Benjamin Brierley titled 'A day out' or 'A Summer Ramble'. Brierley asked his friend Charles Potter, an Oldham Artist, to draw an imaginary place called Daisy Nook. Potter came to nearby Waterhouses to complete his drawing - and from then on the area was known as Daisy Nook.
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Helonor Brown | Apr 21, 2018
Just love the place. Lots of wildlife nice walks and a place to get a drink. Clean toilets. What more do you want
Jamie Cardey | Dec 14, 2017
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Paul Edwards | Apr 14, 2018
Well looked after, lots of wildlife, and good views. Nice to cycle or walk around, plenty of pathways so you can go exploring if you wish, or you can just stay on the main path, a playground for the kids, also a very cafe with friendly staff, 3 carparks around the park,
Tim Bull | Mar 30, 2018
Lovely place to walk. Lots of small parks arround the area for the kids. Old canal path to follow. Really nice wooded area.
Jacqueline Robbie | Apr 17, 2018
great place for people with dogs and children. Can be guite muddy at times but I love going there
alittlebitofchloe a little bit | Jun 15, 2018
Got a wonderful park for the kids to play on and it's just a nice day out in nature looking at the ducks and horses. The cafe has a range of different foods and especially ice cream. You can either sit outside or inside. The toilets I haven't really used but they are alright
karl Oldfield | Jun 5, 2018
Great place to visit, plenty of parking if you need to drive. Lots of walks to do around the park and a couple of play grounds for the younger kids. Also a nice cafe that sells food and ice cream.
Mike Hallard | Jun 7, 2018
Always love this place. Took a hike with the kids from droylsden to Daisy nook and through it. Good way to tire them out and enjoy the sun.
barry wash | May 24, 2018
Got a good selection of flowers trees plants. Nice little cafe. Good choice of out door clothing.
Paul Edwards | May 24, 2018
Well looked after, lots of wildlife, and good views. Nice to cycle or walk around, plenty of pathways so you can go exploring if you wish, or you can just stay on the main path, a playground for the kids, also a very nice cafe with friendly staff, 3 carparks around the park,
Paula Dunn | Jul 8, 2018
Daisy Nook. This is a place that is a fantastic, well hidden (unless known to locals), gem. Families, dog walkers, horse riders, hikers. At any time of year, there is much to see, and much to walk toward. The vegetation constantly changes, yet, in a heatwave like this, you get an awful lot of shade from the established trees. There care are rivers, that are cool, and clear, for both had man, and animal. If you have young children, you can let them paddle, or run without fear of danger, as because of both parental vigilance, and the undergrowth, said child will always give themselves away! Highly recommended, and in this weather, drinks and a picnic, not to be sniffed at.
Daksh Gandhi | Jul 16, 2018
It is a great place for just chilling and taking a stroll in the wildlife and riverside. You can also take your kids to the 2 outdoor play areas suitable for different age groups
Roger Lloyd | Aug 3, 2018
Nice coffee and cakes. And good place for the kids to play opposite the garden centre
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