Soudley ponds are a haven for wildlife and are surrounded by an impressive stand of douglas fir trees.
The pondside paths are surfaced and start from both the north and south carpark.
A steep walk up the ridge takes you to the Blaize Bailey viewpoint overlooking the River Severn.
Soudley fishing syndicate lease the lower pond for fly fishing, the other ponds are nature reserves.
Repairs are being carried out to the middle dam and also the spillway. This will involve large machinery being on site and may cause disruption to walkers.
Please keep children and dogs away from the area as ground conditions to the pond bed are likely to be very soft.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.