Nature & parks in Tring

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Nature & Parks in Tring

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  • Paula K
    Aylesbury, UK60 contributions
    I have been a visitor and a volunteer for college lake.
    It’s such a peaceful and beautiful place.
    You enter and immediately feel like you are in a holiday destination.
    The lakes are really wonderful to watch as the birds arrive.
    Photography is so essential, you cannot ignore the smallest butterfly or biggest bird.
    The cafe is handy after the walk, toilets and the shop.
    Good price points and variety - you don’t feel pressured and it’s all very affordable.
    Written August 6, 2022
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  • BackinBracknell
    Bracknell, UK1,386 contributions
    Views from up here are fantastic and it's a great place to start a walk along the Ridgeway. The Beacon is signposted off the B489 from Ivinghoe. Large car park (free) about 3/4 mile from the turn-off. The car park is surfaced which is a bonus but there are no facilities except perhaps for an ice-cream van in summer.
    Written April 24, 2022
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  • Ray
    Staines, UK773 contributions
    You can kill two birds with one stone if you're visiting Tring Natural History Museum and asked to leave early in order to let others in due to overcrowding. This ancient woodland is associated with museum founder Walter Rothchild anyway because he had once kangaroos, emus and other exotic animals roaming around here. Now you can only see grazing cows though as most wildlife is not active during the daytime but still its a beautiful hilly/valley like terrain to get your daily dose of nature if you're anything like me.

    The only downside is the dog walkers who don't pick up after their beloveds and leave it in the middle of walking trail. Apparently they think it adds to the beauty of the area. I would've expected this in big touristy city like London but not in such lovely countryside. Also the King Charles obelisk and remains of the summerhouse don't look like they're being looked after or maintained.
    Written May 22, 2021
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  • We visited Tring during COVID19 and walked through the town.

    It is pretty and has some quaint little shops and places to walk. It is very well-kept and nice for a short visit. Sadly most of the town was closed because of COVID-19 and although gift shops card shops and cake shops were open there was a limit on how many people could go in at once making it quite difficult because it was raining today ☔️

    Memorial gardens however, was beautiful and while we were there the sun shone ☀️ and we watched the ducks 🦆 and sat and enjoyed the fountain. Lots of V-E Day signs in the park at the moment and we enjoyed reading these too. 🇬🇧
    Written June 27, 2020
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