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When requesting an ice cream the gentleman behind the counter was very rude, sped us up and was very aggressive when trying to calculate the costing of 3 items. We ended with only 2 items as it was all too much to get our simple...More
This is a well maintained park with a very good children's play area well away from the water. There are various water sport facilities available and sometimes quite a good hot food trailer. There are clearly marked areas where dogs can be allowed to run...More
We have been living in the local area for years and never been before to Leybourne Lakes. So today we did.
Lovely lake side walks, accompanied by the overlooking trees and birds wading. We picked up a lunch in the local Tesco, but notice there...More
Got moaned at by the woman in the mobile food van because my partner sat on one of the kids chairs for a few seconds with my 2 year old nephew who excitedly wanted us to sit with him around a little table. I thought...More
The area is easy to find and has parking. If your lucky a little cafe is open next to the lake. The area has plenty of walks plus small and large lakes. Its very flat with paths so suitable for everybody. Plenty of wildlife around...More
I tried paddle boarding for the 1st time and really enjoyed the experience. Reasonably priced at £12 per hour and the staff were really helpful. My teenage nephews had a great time and wanted to carry on. If I can do it, anyone can.
A while ago there was blue algae in one lake which is bad for dogs, not sure if it is now. There Is an abundance of wildlife within the lakes, not sure wether it is advisable for dogs to jump in. That said i don't think it... More
A while ago there was blue algae in one lake which is bad for dogs, not sure if it is now. There Is an abundance of wildlife within the lakes, not sure wether it is advisable for dogs to jump in. That said i don't think it would do any harm.