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I used to swim in the lake about 30 years ago but I do remember being told that being and old gravel/sandpit it was very deep with dangerous drops just out from the shore. This is probably why the fun police are there. It would...More
I have recently begun using the facilities at Leybourne Lakes run by Will and Steve , I think they do a great job and this is reflected by the number of people I have seen enjoying the lake.
They have been great from an open...More
So some friends told us to visit this lake in the hot weather with the kids.
We walked around looking for a place to sit and enjoy the view of the lake, but there was no where to sit, all of the sitting areas were...More
This used to be a nice place 10 years ago, it seems to have gone mainstream now, I had to do a open water swim test and get a license to swim in the lake for £5 a time which is fine when you think...More
Upon entrance to the park is the pay & display car park.. £1.20 for 4 hours .. not so bad ?
Continue to the lake entrance and follow the path around.. easy walk, flat all the way and well guided round. Lovely view of the...More
I live fairly local so have seen it through the years and it keeps improving. The rangers look after it well, lots of wildfowl around, plenty of places to stop and have a picnic. Childs play area, refreshment stall is there at peak times and...More
What a lovely place for a nice long walk. Went on a lovely sunny day and loved all the baby ducklings and cygnets. It would be a lovely place to visit at any time of the year though with lots of lakes and paths so...More
So I usually come to this park a lot for walks around the lake, I brought a pound with me as parking USE to be 90p but because it’s sunny and hot it’s gone up to £1.20 okay so it’s only 30p extra, I then...More
We visited here whilst staying at's kits coty glamping. Only a short drive away. We were here for hours. Walking round the lakes, photographing the many birds and wildlife. Exploring. Finding things. And hiding painted rocks. Watching the swimmers and sailors on the large lake....More