Clowbridge reservoir & dunnockshaw community woodland

Dunnockshaw and Clowbridge is a civil parish in the borough of Burnley, in Lancashire. The parish is situated between Burnley and Rawtenstall.

Clowbridge was built in 1865 following the flooding of the village of Gambleside

It contains the villages of Clowbridge and Dunnockshaw, both located on the A682 road. Clowbridge Reservoir is situated on the boundary with Rossendale, east of the A682. The reservoir is a popular location for water sports.

  • Watersports
  • Fishing
  • Clowbridge
  • Anglezarke Reservoir
  • Bowland Forest
  • Clowbrudge, Dunnockshaw, out
  • Cowm Reservoir
  • Haslingden Grane
  • Rivington
  • Roddlesworth & Darwen Moor
  • Wayoh & Entwistle Reservoirs
  • West Pennine Moors
  • Worthington Lakes
  • Worsthorne Moor

How to find us... Tel: 01706 881049

  • Picnic
  • Disabled Access
  • View Point

Clowbridge Reservoir is situated to the east of the A682 between Burnley and Rawtenstall, adjacent to an area of the Burnley Millennium Forest known as the Dunnockshaw Community Woodland.

Opening times: Open 8am -5.30pm.

Please note: dogs are not permitted on the reservoir circuit path.

Important information for Clowbridge reservoir visitors

Important information for Clowbridge reservoir visitors

If you are planning a visit to Clowbridge, please read the important information page.

Clowbridge & dunnockshaw directions map

Forest of Burnley

Forest of Burnley

You might also like the nearby Forest of Burnley's bridleways, cycle routes, footpaths and sculpture trails.

Did you know?

  • A memorial tree site is situated on land just n/e of the reservoir where trees can be planted & memorial benches sited.
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