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#1 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
A wonderful river to walk along, fish, punt or just sit on the river bank or one of many parks that nestle along this historic river enjoying a picnic or enjoying the tranquility of all it's charm.
It's picturesque and perfect for a calm walk or sit down and have a picnic and absolutely perfect for nature lovers.
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#2 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
Whether your interest is in botany, birds or just in enjoying nature, this park is well worth the £5 pound entry fee.
Took the park and ride to garden Brilliant day out lots of interest also had excellent meal at browns
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#3 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
This is the most relaxing place in the city , with the students going about their lives you are ijn a tranquil park within 100 metres of the busy city a MUST on every visit
Beware of the territorial swans though, as they can become real nasty :) Very nice site for photographing birds, nature or water, too.
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#4 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
Flat and large, good place to play football with mates and has events every few months - music, theme parks, shop stalls and in winter it's home to a winter themed wonderland with an ice rink and ice themed bars i...
... City and shops - and is a really lovely place to sit and relax- people watching is very good here the Park is massive but set ut with separate Cycle lanes etc Right on top of the Swimming Pool - Gym - Police s...
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#5 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
On a fine day you will find many students lying around reading/chatting as well as locals and visitors enjoying the peacefulness, gardens and trees which surround the park.
Beautiful landscape , park , benches besides the river for nature lovers.
#6 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
#7 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
We always have a great time here, with a range of walks through beautiful country park, lakes, wildlife and two big parks for kids- good for a range of ages.
This park has nice walks around a big fishing lake.Has a area for kids to play and a nice cafe with big balcony overlooking the lake.Parking was free with plenty of spaces,well worth a visit.
#8 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
Wandlebury is a wonderful Country park and Nature Reserve and worth the Visit both for Educational reasons and the natural beauty of the place
... and I absolutely love it, every time it is different, I have run in the most dreadful rain, heavy snow and wonderful sunshine and every time this beautiful park has something wonderful to offer, thank you
#9 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
Its a great walk around the park and Hall grounds, with the summer paddling pools, ice cream van and the shade of trees.
Exellent water park.
#10 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
Lovely walk near the city centre of Cambridge very peaceful Park trees river there's a paddling pool open in the summer and a wonderful kiosk serving fresh coffee ice cream and snacks Take walk away from the city...
This is a great park with lots of open space for ball games and picnics, plentiful and interesting play equipment and a splash pool.
#11 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
#12 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
There are a number of paths for joggers and cyclists cutting through the park.
Most parks in Cambridge have toilets that require at least 20p so make sure you take change out with you for a day in the park in Cambridge especially with children.
#15 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
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#17 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
Byrons pool is a nature reserve and wooded walk along the river Cam located off the road from Trumpington to Granchester.
#18 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
#19 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
Huge area for running about in, lots of shrubs and trees for shade or hide and seek, wild flower garden - best I have ever seen worth going just for this , even junior was entranced, play park with all the usual s...
#21 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
#22 of 22 Nature & Parks in Cambridge