Anglezarke Reservoir is the biggest of the reservoirs in Lancashire’s Lake District and the vast of the Reservoir is situated east of Chorley in Lancashire.
This is one of like 3/4 reservoirs that are all connected. If you’re up for exploring, you could probably get a good 10 mile walk out of it.
If you’re after a reasonably short walk then stick to the perimeter of Anglezarke Reservoir. Once you get there you walk up the road, with the reservoir on your left.
You can either take the entrance to the path or continue on the road which will eventually lead you to the main path and just work your way round and it will lead you back to the car.
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Anglezarke Reservoir Information
Location: Anglezarke Reservoir, Chorley, PR6 9DW 📍
Drive: Between 40-50 mins from Liverpool
Sat Nav: PR6 9DW (This will take you to Back Lane. Carry on until you get to the junction and turn left onto Knowsley Lane. You’ll see the reservoir on your left and road side parking)
Walk Distance: 4-5 miles
Time: 2-3 hrs
Dogs/Kids: Both. Wouldn’t recommend pram/wheelchairs.
Footwear: Boots. Very muddy if raining
Please be advised we visited here in 2020 so some details and information may of changed since our visit.
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