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Plenty to see and do all year round. Ideal for all ages.There are many reasons to visit; the most popular being the distinctive scenery. Home to northern Europe's largest man-made lake and England's largest forest, the Park's remoteness and clean...more
Leaplish Waterside Park, Kielder NE48 1BT, England
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What a wonderful place and well worth the drive. Lots of places to visit from castle to waterfront to forest and visitor centre and even unique shopping and would highly recommend booking on to an event at the observatory.
We will return
4th visit here,everytime it gets better,the views,the scenery,the wildlife,the walks,its fantastic,pub on site to eat and drink,boat hire(only £15) for a day,hot tub comes with the lodge,pub/restaurant on site is dog friendly.
Loads of places to visit locally most with tea shop for refreshments,free wifi...More
Ran the Kielder Half Marathon and loved it! Returned a couple of days later to cycle round the whole thing. It was a stunning day with sparkling views. Incredible! I found the cycling exhilarating... Easily the most fun I've had on a bike! Loved the...More
Lovely walk along Kielder Water towards the dam wall. Disappointed that cafe at visitor Centre did not have a dog friendly area, would have thought they are missing out as many people must take their dog here.
26miles of ups and downs, supposed to be the easier of routes. I'm a fit 61 year old and managed it, albeit I walked my bike up a few of the hills towards the end,
Great views, well recommended if your up for it.
Adults biked all the way around the lake , able to stop off for snacks and interesting views , . The paths were well kept and able to easily pass other users . Some persons with dogs could be more considerate
A huge place with loads of cycle tracks, all very well maintained with signage. We found the blue Osprey trail lacked signs as we got about a third of the way round and then lost the way and had to turn back. Lovely views over...More