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Porthkerry Country Park

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Porthkerry Country Park

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peter p wrote a review May 13
near cardiff26 contributions42 helpful votes
We had a fantastic day at Porthkerry Country Park. Within the park there are ponds and streams, woodland walks, an amazing children's play area, a pebble beach, a cafe and open fields. There is fantastic scenery, trees and wildlife, and the park is a great location for a picnic. This is a great day out, especially as the park is so peaceful, clean and well maintained
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Guys1982 wrote a review Oct. 2020
Northamptonshire, United Kingdom114 contributions27 helpful votes
What an amazing park, that seemed to have everything: wood sculptures, an amazing variety of stunning trees, a viaduct, that you can walk up to and see trains travelling along, a beautiful cafe that seemed very popular, flat mown areas for walking, woods, streams and a boardwalk down to a pebble beach. We stood looking at the viaduct and noticed acorns dropping onto our heads. A ranger walked by and informed us that the acorns were being thrown at us by a group of territorial squirrels! She stated that if we watched for long enough we would see the squirrels throwing acorns at us from the 2 huge majestic oak trees. We only saw one of the squirrel, which we named "Asbo". We also named the other elusive two " Delinquent" & "Thug" Highly recommend a visit if you are in the area.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Robert B wrote a review Oct. 2020
5 contributions1 helpful vote
Great walks in this lovely setting, with disabled access to the sea. Historic viaduct worth a look also. And having worked up an appetite visit the gem of a cafe for hot food and coffee and cakes, it’s a must
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Date of experience: October 2020
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NikkiNorris wrote a review Aug. 2020
Henley-on-Thames, United Kingdom24 contributions9 helpful votes
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A really lovely country park. Well worth a visit. Fab views, lots of space, Robins Walk is a lovely flat walk. Great family spaces. A pebble beach. A lovely kids playground, a nice little cafe (takeaway through hole in wall due to Covid), toilets and FREE parking! A great day out with family of all ages.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ken Legg wrote a review Aug. 2020
Reading, United Kingdom82 contributions56 helpful votes
It borders onto a pebble beach, has a famous old aqueduct. Nice trees, lawns, walks & stream & dam. It's very peaceful & quiet
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Date of experience: July 2020
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