COVID 19 update
Our recreation site car park and toilets will remain open, following Government guidance. We will continue to monitor this.
Please follow social distancing guidelines, stick to the footpath, and keep a 2 metre distance to ensure the safety of yourself, other visitors and our staff.
Please only visit our recreation sites if you are local to the area.
Please only visit with your household, your bubble, or to meet one other person.
Please act responsibly, stay local and stay safe.In 1991, the reservoirs were drained and replaced by two smaller lakes with the old reservoirs being planted with trees and grassland. It's now a great place to walk with all the family with two easy walks around the lakes. There’s loads of wildlife too with Herons and Kestrels for bird lovers and Strinesdale got its name from the Old English 'Strine', meaning boundary, as the old Lancashire/ Yorkshire boundary ran through the middle of the site.