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Farnham Park Farnham, UK 2.9 mi away
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Farnham
Great park with lots of wooden based things for kids of most ages to play on - slides, tunnels, castle, swings, etc.. a great place to take a kid to be entertained for some time!! also the cafe at the top of the h...
Whether you are a dog walker or jogger or just enjoying walking it's well worth a visit and what better way to end your walk than a coffee and bacon roll at the golf club cafe!! Superb.
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Aldershot
The staff were extremely accommodating of the particular needs we had, giving us ample time to load and unload from the donuts, and suggesting ways to make the activity accessible for everyone involved.
We went donutting and had the the slope to ourselves but the ski and snowboard slope was quite busy for a Tuesday night!
Fleet Pond Fleet 4.0 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Fleet
I love the diversity of Fleet Pond, Pine forest, various trees in the woods including delicious chestnuts every Autumn, the heathland with its huge expanse of heather and gorse.
... and Fleet railway car park; with large lakes/ponds, woodland paths, glades of grassland and meadows with picnic tables and benches in some places; large number of swans, geese and ducks and many visiting birds;
Basingstoke Canal Mytchett, UK 3.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Mytchett
This campsite is great for family casual cycling holidays; we cycled with our 8yr old & 5 yr old along the canal towpath most days (also good for walkers and bird spotting - we saw kingfishers!).
Lovely walks along the canal tow paths, my son and I enjoy kayaking on the canal also, great cafe at Mytchet, day tickets for kayaking only £3 parking is free
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Aldershot
The pond area has had a major tidy so looks lovely, we love visiting and feeding the ducks it’s very peaceful and makes a lovely walk.
I attended Picnic and Pop festival, fantastic park lots of places for picnics and lots of trees.
Frimley Lodge Park Frimley Green, UK 3.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Frimley Green
This is one of our local parks in Frimley ,there’s lots to do here with a good cafe and amenities.The Basingstoke Canal runs along the parks boarders and is a great please to spend the day watching boats go by .Th...
There's loads of open space for the kids to run about, and there's little activities dotted around (play areas, trim trails, coffee shops, canal walk, ducks).
Southwood Woodland Farnborough 3.0 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Farnborough
Superb walk, roughly paved, with plenty of information signs about the local wildlife and so,e history of the local area.
A lovely nature wood, ideal for a leisurely walk or bike ride with points of interest along the way.
Frensham Little Pond Frensham, UK 5.7 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Frensham
Once up on the ridge, clear views can be had over a large area, including a good view of the distant Frensham Great Pond, today hosting blue sailed dinghies racing each other.
Varied environment of pine and oak forest, coupled with heather heathland, sandy paths and hills.
Queen Elizabeth Park Farnborough 3.3 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Farnborough
Been here a couple if you Ines now the play area is very good for children with activities for all ages also it is a nice walk through the woods as well.
Great for dog walking, play park for the children, nice park, large grass areas for picnics, benchs to rest on
Birdworld Farnham, UK 5.8 mi away
#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Farnham
Highlights were the flamingos, penguins (plus feeding), pelicans (plus feeding), train ride, talking parrots, owls, flying birds demo, pheasant walk and underwater world.
We went here as a family great food lovely shop you can buy bird food to feed the birds and ducks great day out for everone plenty of staff very friendly the shows are great they put them on through out the day ni...
Mother Ludlam’s Cave Farnham, UK 2.3 mi away
#7 of 8 Nature & Parks in Farnham
Gostrey Meadow Farnham, UK 3.0 mi away
#5 of 8 Nature & Parks in Farnham
wide variety of free events over the year, childrens playground riverside walk loads of hungry ducks, adjacent to high streetof Old town
A great park almost in the middle of town.
The Sculpture Park Churt, UK 7.2 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Churt
Allow a good 3 hours to follow the meandering paths through the trees, forests of bamboo, around lakes, over streams whilst viewing the most amazing collection of sculptures - all of which can be purchased.
... on the cards!! 10 acres, a 2 mile walk, and a mind-blowing selection of media for the fantastic array of exhibits, with the opportunity to talk to any sculptors onsite, plus rent or buy the sculptures themselves.
Alice Holt Forest Farnham, UK 6.8 mi away
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Farnham
a great place for families .Wonderful play area ,good cafe with quality food especially the kids lunch boxes.Helpful staff.If you are reasonably local its worthwhile taking your own bikes as it can mount up if you...
Went today with two small children, what a fabulous place, beautiful walks, nice cafe, and facilities are excellent.. and it’s free, if you are looking for an excellent day out with children, well worth it, lovely...
#4 of 4 Nature & Parks in Fleet
But this is a lovely new outdoors family space, great for a walk and a picnic on the couple of benches and to spot some wildlife.
Have yet to explore the second route, but other walkers say it’s better now than in the winter.
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Fleet
This is a great party venue for young children - lots of chance to let off steam in the play area to start, then upstairs to eat and a themed bubble disco.
I cannot recommend this enough as a party venue or Barbara and David enough as hosts.
Loseley Park Guildford, UK 7.1 mi away
#3 of 16 Nature & Parks in Guildford
Beautiful Elizabethan manor house with amazing interiors, which you can see by timed, guided tour, Great art work and fascinating history - Elizabeth 1 visited several times and (reputedly) planted a Mulberry tree...
Once in the visitors car park, and a very pleasant stroll to the house and gardens beyond, House tour was great, guide very informative, talking about everything from 15th century to present day.