Foxfield lies on the edge of the Lake District National Park and close to the Duddon Estuary. The railway station was rebuilt in 1879 and the unique, old station building still stands.
Enjoy walks through the Duddon Mosses Nature Reserve which offers a place to stroll, and soak up the solitude and sea breezes. You may even get at glimpse of the Red Deer and Roe Deer in the woods. A boardwalk across some of the lower land is surrounded with plants like Cottongrass, Sundew and Bog Asphodel – a haven for birds, butterflies, dragonfly and lizards.
After your walk, you can pop in to the “Prince of Wales” pub which has its own micro- brewery and offers good food. The small market town of Broughton, which is served by Foxfield station, is popular for its fine food and baking.