Trees donated to Studfold for Nidderdale Project
1,200 trees have been kindly donated to Studfold from Harrogate Rotary Club as part of the 'Trees for Nidderdale Project'. Terry Knowles from HRC organised the delivery and coding of all the trees; while Volunteers from Nidderdale AONB, organised by Paul Mosley kindly gave their time to plant 550 trees over a period of 2 days. Luckily the weather was fantastic and everyone really enjoyed the experience.
The remaining 650 were planted by the army apprentice college– 18th platoon – a credit to Cpl Sutherland; and AONB and HRC volunteers. Thanks must also be given to Richard and Sue Langley and the Blayshaw team who gave their time to fence off new large areas for the trees and also for their assistance in planting.
The Broad leaf trees are a great asset to Studfold and Upper Nidderdale. A haven for many varieties of flora and fauna to develop in new habitats and also they will help to offset the carbon footprint of visitors to Studfold.
'It will be a pleasure to watch them grow - if not in my lifetime - but my children's! We are all custodians of our own environments'. Anne Challis
Studfold Adventure Trail to open from 2nd July for advance booking
The Studfold fairies and pixies are back and excitement is in the air but, to keep everyone safe, you must pre-book your tickets!
Reopening Studfold, The Nidderdale Experience
Studfold Adventure Trail will open for advanced bookings from 2nd July. We will also be opening Studfold Caravan and Camping Park and Studfold Static Caravan Park in two stages from 4th July.
We are currently closed due to COVID-19
Due to the coronavirus outbreak we are following government guidelines to keep Studfold closed until further notice. Find out about your booking.