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Very nice place. Almost eerily quiet. It was a lovely day in May and we say this in TripAdvisor so went.
Lots of benches to sit on. Playground and toilets. We didn't find anywhere to eat. Black dam is called that as the trees around...More
We visited here on a chilly Saturday afternoon in January. It's a very peaceful place despite its close proximity to the M3. Plenty of free parking near the 2 main ponds. 1 pond is open with a platform jutting out into it so people can...More
Secluded area with good free car parking. Opportunity to feed many swans, ducks etc. Good area for picnics with grassed area. Play apparatus of good quality. No doubt plenty of wildlife to see at the right time of year. Links with underpass to the Crabtree...More
This gem is ideal for an hour on a Sunday when you have nothing to do.
You can feed the ducks in the main pond. stroll through the little paths over tiny little wooden bridges. Ideal for kids but also ideal for cyclists. Stroll under...More
Always come here with the family every now and then and feed the ducks, its just a beautiful place in general with a park nearby for the children. I recommend going out with the family here for a quick picnic.
Black Dam Ponds are nestled between M3 junction 6 & Basingstoke Town Centre.
A 5 minute ride on No.12 bus from the town centre, or a nice 20 minute walk through War Memorial Park.
Free Car parking.
Plenty to do for the whole family -...More