I visit this lovely little nature reserve at least once a week. I'm amazed at the richness of the wildlife here - and it's just a mile from the centre of York. Take your time walking through the reserve - and keep your eyes open. You never know what you might see! I've seen both Kingfishers and Water Voles on Tang Hall Beck, where it flows through the reserve
Can't get enough of this place, a green oasis teeming with life, a massive asset to a great city and a fantastic bunch of people working there. I've seen loads of finches, beetles, and a few water voles, but the kingfisher still eludes me!
Great place, with lovely staff. They do our recycling and they do a great job.
A little small, but lovely nature reserve with very friendly staff in the visitor area. A great place to walk the dog, although only on a short walk as like I said it's not very big.
A great place to visit. There are plenty of paths going round the area and a fantastic wooden play park in the middle. There is hammocks/ den building equipment in one area of the nature reserve and a stone circle in another, plus plenty of apple trees all over. We walked about two miles exploring the different paths, though you could easily do a shorter walk.
Peaceful. No matter if you are having a walk in Spring, Summer, Autumn or winter you will enjoy St. Nicks. Fab little park for kids. Great pathways to explore and knowledgeable staff in the Eco centre.
Very peaceful and joyful to walk in any kind of weather
A great, calming, green environment to wander in. Kids playground; benches; lots of paths; interesting faux stone circle called the Dragon Stones. The centre is closed and gated up due to covid but the green space is open for meandering. Shame about the mindless eejits who have the urge to scrawl graffiti everywhere, specially on the Dragon Stones, pfah! More direction signs required though, looks like there have been in the past, but now there are just sad, non-informative wood stumps....