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All reviews deer enclosure walled garden red deer essex wildlife trust gift shop cup of coffee wander around wild flowers outdoor activities nice cafeteria dog walking open space run around lovely place to go fishing lake small cafe lovely walk
Had a lovely lunch tomato soup and toastie
Then went for a leisurely walk around the park - visiting the deer enclosure and walled garden!
Then went back to the visitor centre and had tea And cake - lovely🍰☕️
Bedfords Park is a good place for horse riding, ramberling and there is a very big heard of deer that live in the park. I visited to have a look at the lake there but it is not very big and no one was fishing...More
Excellent off lead runs for your dog. Lots of forest walks a lovely lake and a dog friendly cafe to relax in. There is also a deer pen and you may see some of the wild deer that are around as well. A new playground...More
A lovely country park. Lots of different places to explore. New children's play area to be completed close to visitor centre, where they serve freshly brewed tea and coffee and various snacks and meals. There is a deer enclosure and wild deer can sometimes be...More
doing a great job there , good for picnics in the summer , views are amazing on a clear day, in winter it seems quite and peaceful .
good for children to learn see the woods and santa's reindeers , brilliant for dog walks
There aren't many deer parks inside the M25, so Bedfords Park immediately scores on that point - the herd cannot often bee seen near the cafe (and car park). But it's a lot more than that, with significant areas of woodland, as well as open...More
I've been to nearly all the Essex Wildlife parks and hadn't visited Bedfords, so decided to give it a try. It was a lot hillier so hard going for older knees or little people. The deer were lovely but I found paths weren't clearly marked...More