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I visited this lovely arboretum with my family, one Monday afternoon.It was really quiet with few visitors, and was incredibly peaceful.The trees are so well looked after and it was fascinating to read information about individual specimens.It was the first time I had ever seen...More
We was really put off by the high car parking costs at Thetford forest so we turned up at this place and I am so pleased we did! We had the most amazing morning just having a lovely walk ( there are various different trails...More
This is a beautiful place to walk your dog, its free to park. There are no toilets or shops but there was an ice cream van. Today was a spectacularly hot day and my Cocker Spaniel had several dips in the lake. Lovely walks I...More
Next door to the great Lynford Hall lays this gem, many different species of trees and plants to view and have a picnic, especially when the blue bells are in full Bloom, All cared for by the forestry commission, looking forward to our next visit.
Dropped in here on our return home, Several areas in which to walk. The trees are well labelled. There were spring flowers out and lots of birdlife.There is a dog agility course in the Arboretum area. Across the road is Lynford Water where there are...More
Visit this place on a regular basis as it is a great place to spot Hawfinches, Crossbills, Nuthatches and other woodland species. Lots of bird feeders to attract birds. It is a beautiful place for a walk in general, Hundreds of varieties of trees to...More
There are good pathways to some parts, others are rough or grassy. It's a bit bumpy in some areas. Good for picnics. There are two parts of it. One on the left, other right...which are very different from each other. The... More
There are good pathways to some parts, others are rough or grassy. It's a bit bumpy in some areas. Good for picnics. There are two parts of it. One on the left, other right...which are very different from each other. The ducks and swans like to be fed and Lynford Hall is great for scones and coffee, along with other good food.