St Nicholas Fields is located at 150 Melrosegate, Layerthorpe, York YO10 3SR, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with St Nicholas Fields and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Kay Jones

5 Google Rating

Always love walking round here with the dogs, they love exploring the woods and there's that many pa

5/ 5

Always love walking round here with the dogs, they love exploring the woods and there's that many paths we can safely run them off the lead without worrying about other dogs. They really do look after and maintain the woodlands any everything involved so well.

J. Nobel

5 Google Rating

A green gem in the city, a cross between a nature reserve and a park. Great eco-friendly visitor cen

5/ 5

A green gem in the city, a cross between a nature reserve and a park. Great eco-friendly visitor centre with plenty practical tips and volunteering opportunities.

Vince Mitchell

4 Google Rating

Nice playground for younger kids and good for dog walking

4/ 5

Nice playground for younger kids and good for dog walking

David Powell

5 Google Rating

Beautiful inner city reserve, a green island within the city of York.

5/ 5

Beautiful inner city reserve, a green island within the city of York.

Jennie Cox

5 Google Rating

Great place, ideal for long Sunday dog walks and getting close to nature. The staff at St Nick's do

5/ 5

Great place, ideal for long Sunday dog walks and getting close to nature. The staff at St Nick's do great work maintaining the nature reserve and also engaging with the community, getting volunteers involved with helping out with all their green space projects in the area.

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