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A place to play, picnic, relax and explore. Have a ramble around our fantastic ancient woodland and enjoy all the seasonal changes from bluebells in spring to the fantastic autumn colours. Discover the abundant wildlife from curlews along the river...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Pylands Lane, Bursledon, Southampton SO31 1BH, England
What can I say about this place; its idyllic & picturesque ;also it sits on the banks of the Hamble river...this place is crammed with different species of trees, deers,birds of prey and wild birds...its excellent not only for walks, but for avid photographers and...More
Popped along for a walk in the sunshine. Make sure you navigate the parking though so your not stung with charges. We parked further up the road before parking charges come in. It’s great for dog walking too but not great if you have mobility...More
We visited here with two young children. We parked in the barnfield car park, which was quite empty at 10am on a Sunday. The toilets were all open and the kiosk (sells drinks) opened at 11am.
There was a nice wooden park area for the...More
We visited in half term and parked at the barnfield part of the park. We did a lovely walk down to the river and back and the children played in the park. It’s a shame there isn’t more bench’s to sit on for lunch as...More
I met a friend here for a walk. We both live a distance away but it was about half way between us, and I had fond memories of walking there when I lived nearby. We were regulars at the country park in the 80s and...More
Overall a really lovely quiet walk with the dog on a dreary morning. Quite simply though, there are not enough bins! We had to walk around the for the whole (hour and half) walk with poo filled bags before we found one. The lack of...More
The River Hamble Country Park has a variety of habitats from woodland walks and fields. You can spend all afternoon walking around and the the paths are in good order. The only downside to the Park is the entrance. I have been to many parks...More
walked for about 3 miles unwinding after a hard days work a long drive. the hamble is not the most stunning of places but this is by far the best bit I have seen but then I live in scotland and I am spoilt
Response from RoyalVictoriaCP | Property representative |
Hi Christine. Thank you for your enquiry. Unfortunately much of the site is on wooded slopes but there is an accessible path that leads down to the pontoon with beautiful views over River Hamble but it does get very muddy... More
Hi Christine. Thank you for your enquiry. Unfortunately much of the site is on wooded slopes but there is an accessible path that leads down to the pontoon with beautiful views over River Hamble but it does get very muddy at this time of year. There is good access to the toilets and the kiosk (when open in the summer). Manor Farm (within the park) is accessible as is Royal Victoria Country Park which is a couple of miles away.