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Campsall Country Park, in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
CAMPSALL COUNTRY PARKThe once private leisure gardens of the now demolished Campsall Hall are now accessible to everyone for enjoyment and recreation. Long known in the area for it's profilic fishing lake, this country park is being maintained by the council.
DirectionsTake the West Riding and Selby 412 Askern / Norton or the Mainline 151 bus from the Northern bus station, Doncaster.
By car head north of Doncaster on the A19 or A1 and head for Norton.
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Bob Stickle from Liverpool: Love it brought the kids here and the dogs and everyone loved it! Great way the end a crappy weekend holiday! Thank you lots and lots like jelly tots!
Philip BELL from Campsall: I have being to Campsall Park today and the grass is over a foot long, several of the large tress have large broken branches hanging from them, there is an area where a tree was cut doen and the old branches have just being left, most of the paths are overgrown so you cant access the area properly, most evenings youths on motor cycles or quad bikes are racing around the park. Not a good place to go to with kids and no where to sit as seats old and broken. Why is it so badly maintained?