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Hawks Of Steele Newark-on-Trent
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Newark-on-Trent
Well what can we say ‘outstanding’ myself, my husband and our 2 young children watched Dave & his team today at Wheelgate Park - it’s by far one of the best animal displays we’ve seen .
Finally they brought out a beautiful and very lovable Eagle Owl whose placid nature allowed us to stroke and in some cases kiss him which was a fun way to end a really enjoyable day.
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Ruddington
Walking, biking, sports activities, working out, train spotting, nature rambling, bird spotting, lazing around chilling, jogging, treasure hunting, geo cashing, play area, information centre, picnicking, school vi...
This huge park has a fabulous playpark, a BMX trail, skate park, dog play-park 2K, 5K and 10K trails (and a regular Parkrun), along with woodland, a lake, and miles of walking trails.
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Clipstone
Love this place whether it's a family outing with my children, there's a park, ducks to feed, nice cafe that's reasonable priced, sometimes love a jog through there or on the bikes as it cuts onto sherwood pines.
Lovely walks short and long, great place to walk the dogs, feed the ducks, visit the cafe, kids play on the park, go geocaching and learn about the local area.
#1 of 17 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
A playground for children, a deer park, ducks, swans and other birds for wildlife lovers, plenty of grounds and garden to walk through and of course the fabulous Hall which is steeped in history and usually free t...
We love wollaton park a really gem of a place hidden away from the bustle of city life.Plenty to do and see lovely lake and flora .Take a nice long walk by the lake explore the tunnels and pathways finish off with...
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Retford
Great place to go for a nature walk I do it regular and different trails to go on , the cafe is fantastic food is amazing and staff very friendly and helpful , lovely place to go and enjoy the countryside , you ca...
North Nottinghamshire’s Idle Valley Nature Reserve is one of the “must see” destinations for nature lovers, photographers, bird watchers, walkers and friendly cyclists who visit the County.
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Mansfield
... visited the cafe afterwards and enjoyed a coffee and cake while watching people enjoying Go Ape,it has a fantastic picnic area and a few play parks for little ones to enjoy,we will definitely be returning!
Lots of space for cycling walking kids to play go ape, concerts, peaceful too, a café for snacks n hot n colds drinks, plenty of parking and dog walking areas, kids wood adventure park along with logs to make shac...
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Ollerton
It is a lovely country park with lots to see and do - partial remains of abbey and country house, fantastic sculptures, picturesque lake and woodland walk, kids play areas, fortune maze, gardens, green spaces and...
We are visiting my son in Nottingham and he has taken us to visit a lovely place, the Rufford Abbey Country Park is enormous, great history of the place and the grounds are well laid out with lovely walks, ducks,s...
Creswell Crags Worksop
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Worksop
... superb, friendly helpful staff, modern, clean and has toilets, raised cafe overlooking bird feeding areas as well as art, gift shop etc. Parking is £3 per car all day payable in cash at a meter in the car park.
Welbeck Abbey is only a few minutes away with its world class free art collections and award wining Farm Shop and Clumber Park is just down the road.
The Arboretum Nottingham
#2 of 17 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Beautiful park, nice walks and nature There's a pond with ducks, some birds, many squirrels and the scenery is amazing!
The Arboretum is a great place to visit on a hot or warm day, the park has sculptures, a bandstand, many beautiful flowers, and a large pond surrounded by exotic birds.
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Underwood
The car park is quite small and can get busy on special events like this.
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Attenborough
Attenborough Nature Centre is great for a visit at anytime of the year, In good weather you can have many splendid walks around the Reserve from short walks up to 3 miles long, and then a refreshing coffee or tea...
Often take a trip to Attenborough Nature Reserve, it’s perfect for a quiet walk and you can choose either a short wander through the trees or if you have more time go further down by river and up towards Beeston M...
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Langold
... open spaces of grass to play , ample free parking , a big playground for the children and the best bit is a large splash park including a lovely water slide ! - and all totally free !! It really is worth a visit.
Love it Nice walk Fed the ducks Played in the park Free parking Nice lil area to get refreshments Only down side toilets need a good clean and dog walkers need to pick up after their hounds other than this it's we...
Shipley Country Park Heanor 15.1 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Heanor
This park is a great size, and easy to get to off the nutbrook trail , It has 2 children's parks which are good , a pond and lovely lake !! The cafe is nice aswell ..great to picnics at too ..a really enjoyable pl...
this is a lovely country park with lakes to feed the ducks and lovely countryside it also has a restaurant "ramblers" with very good food at really reasonable rates there are ruins from the Miller Mundy family wit...
Clumber Park Worksop
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Worksop
Clumber is a great place to visit it offers great walks throughout the whole park there is lots of wildlife to see swans geese wild birds badgers foxes and a lake to sit by or walk around.
Clumber Park has a wealth of stunning walks for all abilities, from short strolls along the terrace by the church to wood walks and just short of 5 mile trek around the lake.
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Southwell
Never visited before and a friend suggested it for lunch as she lived in the area... lovely lunch and a beautiful day, food was good and great place to take children as there is a swan park next door.
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Ruddington
Next to this is ruddington park with alsorts of activitys for children and picnic park ,we has a family love it ,us grandma and grandad with our children and grandchildren a really great day out ,look on the Inter...
We went on a open top bus, saw beautiful model train layouts, visited the amazing country park next door, walked around seeing over 10 heritage trains.
Highfields Nottingham
#3 of 17 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Enjoyed a great walk around the lake - lots of wildlife to take in.We noted the new golf activity area and re jigged boating lake - so will be back with the kids - especially as also a great park.This would be a n...
It's absolutely beautiful, and there are things for people of all ages to enjoy; the walk around the lake is beautiful, there's a good play-park for children, you can go boating on the lake, and there are endless...
#17 of 67 Nature & Parks in Nottinghamshire
It's a legendary stomping-ground of Robin Hood, this 450 acre country park is now part of the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve and home to a fascinating eco-system.
... long walk around the tree shaded paths of the forest was spot on:) Still only £3 per car for the car park, toliets nice and clean as always and the Major Oak still as inspirational and historic as always:) Can...
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#4 of 17 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
The caves are accessed at the upper mall level of the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, close to the Broadmarsh and Fletcher Gate car parks, and five minutes from Nottingham Train Station.
sited in a central location so easy to get to from car park and near other attractions such as castle
Kings Park Retford
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Retford
Lived in Retford for 30 yrs and we have had many a fun day in Kings Park with our children, nieces and nephews grand kids and many friends kids gardens are maintained beautifully and there is plenty to do they hav...
Love this place, they is lots quite areas to picnic, sunbath are just relax with a book, the play park area is great for all age children and lots of open space for ball game, and dog walking.
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Newark-on-Trent
Even with a full car park - I am guessing over 40 people on site the gardens are still so peaceful - you can still find a place to sit and enjoy the calm - the odd person my walk by but everyone is there to relax.
You are entirely present in your surroundings and really notice the miracle and wonders of nature.
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Arnold
Beautiful walk lovely park just the parking needs further improvement Fantastic for the dog lovely views and great for the kids on the park
We took a walk round the park and the area is just beautiful with spectacular views and there's little carved animals with fact sheets on which my daughter loved.
#5 of 17 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
Watch and play football and cricket, run around the park, use the outdoor gym equipment, walk the dog, have a coffee in the cafe, picnic, park and ride a tram ... What more do you need?
A lot to observe...visit with the children at one of the two kiddy parks or solo visit the outdoor gym and make a public fool of yourself ....lol .... Interesting place but very pretty too...
West Park Long Eaton 11.5 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Long Eaton
West Park is a fantastic park, lovely and flat - it's been amazing learning my 5 year old daughter how to ride her bike here, multiple fields to start off on and then a long tarmac path to cycle all the way round,...
The park boats a kids splash zone, tennis courts, football courts, skate park, tennis courts, football pitch, cricket pitch, boules lawn, a toddlers and kids play park, bandstand and cafe called 'Central Perk'.
#6 of 17 Nature & Parks in Nottingham
If disabled you are allowed to drive right up to the castle to park.So much history and in a beautiful setting.
History art nature education people nottingham
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Trowell
Hopton Hall Gardens Derby 18.9 km away
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Derby
... you can stop for delicious cake and tea or a larger snack, and continue into the rose garden (open in summer), round a lake teeming with birdlife, including a very tame pheasant, back to the house and car park.
Today was the most uplifting day out, to see the snowdrops in such lovely surroundings in the winter sunshine, Free car park and £4.00 to go around these lovely walks.
Brierly Forest Park Ashfield Sutton in Ashfield
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Sutton in Ashfield
Brierley Forest Park in Nottinghamshire is a wonderful nature reserve with something for everyone, and you will be able to spend many hours here enjoying tranquil walks, beautiful woodlands and meadows, wildlife,...
Amazing park, amazing wildlife.
Victoria Park Ilkeston 11.1 km away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ilkeston
I loved the Park, so beautiful & peaceful, dogs are welcome and there is a beautiful coffee bar where you can sit and watch the gentleman play bowls on the green.
The band stand has been tastefully restored and in summer there are band concerts in the park and other summer events.
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Retford
The staff who you encounter out and about are always very cheerful and friendly, and the variety of animals is quite good for the smallness of the park.
For once the British weather didn't let us down and it was a glorious Autumn day and the Park was the perfect setting for it.