Burrs Country Park Station

The newest station along the East Lancashire Railway, it’s the place to hop off if you want to explore Burrs Country Park or if you’re staying at Burrs Caravan Park.

Burrs Country Park - Must See Destination

Must See Destination

Burrs Country Park is a Green Flag award-winning park, with over 36 hectares of scenic countryside, stunning views and all kinds of wildlife habitats – from woodlands and fields to ponds and marshes.

Things to do in Burrs Country Park

Enjoy beautiful scenery

Take a walk and explore the stunning green areas around the park.

Find out more – bury.gov.uk/Burrs

Irwell Sculpture Trail

The park is home to three stunning pieces of artwork as part of the Irwell Sculpture Trail: Waterwheel, Stone Cycle and Picnic Area.

Find out more – irwellsculpturetrail.co.uk

Burrs Country Park Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Burrs Country Park is the perfect picnic spot, so be sure to pack some delicious snacks. But if you’re looking for a hearty meal, The Brown Cow is the place to visit if you’re stopping here, a wonderful family-run pub and restaurant at the edge of the park. Or if you fancy something lighter, pop into the Lamp Post Cafe. Both offer a 10% discount to ELR ticket holders.

Burrs Country Park - Getting Here

Getting Here




Burrs Country Park Railway Station is located on the edge of Burrs Country Park, Bury, itself and is next to Burrs Caravan Park. If you’re driving, take junction 1 or 2 off the M66 and follow the A56.


There is car parking at the entrance to Burrs Country Park.


An accessible ramp leads from the station down to the entrance to Burrs Country Park. There is an accessible toilet at The Lamp Post Café.