Kersal Dale is located next to the River Irwell and provides a perfect opportunity for relaxation.
The area is classed as a site of biological importance and local nature reserve and is home to a variety of spectacular wildlife such as woodpeckers and kingfishers which can be regularly spotted along the river.
As well as self-guided trails and activities the Salford Ranger Team with support from the Friends of Kersal Dale provides a wide range of volunteering opportunities throughout the year.
Address: Radford Street, Kersal, M7 4NT
Classification: Site of Biological Importance/Local Nature Reserve
Opening times: 24 hour pedestrian access
The Friends of Kersal Dale aim to conserve and develop the plants and wildlife of the area to make it a valuable place for the people of Salford to enjoy.
The group achieves this in partnership with Salford City Council in a number of ways.
Regular meetings are held by the group and its management committee to discuss new ideas on how to achieve their aims. If you would like to find out more or become a Friend of Kersal Dale, please contact the Salford Ranger team. You can also visit the Friends of Kersal Dale website.
If you would like to organise an event or activity in this park please view our advice page.