Cannop

Cannop Ponds is a popular walking place and a picnic site. It offers a large flat grassed area close to the car park and next to the ponds. The ponds themselves are picturesque and are home to lots of wildlife including mandarin ducks, swards and dragonflies. the top pond is a wildlife trust nature reserve. The lower two ponds are fished by Yorkley Angling club.

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Angling:5.4/10
Walk:4.3/10
Popularity rank: #4463

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The ponds run adjacent to the B4234 Lydney to Lydbrook Road. The main access road is off the B4226 Coleford to Cinderford Road, close to the crossroads.

Admission

Open:

All year round

Prices:

Free

Fishing Tickets:

Day tickets available on the bank from Yorkley Angling Club with a number of all ability access pegs. Close season March 16th - June 1st. Ponds stocked with Carp, Chub, Dace, Bream, Tench, Eels and Pike.

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