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Thorne and Hatfield Moors

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Peaceful

We come here regularly for walks, we tend to do the perimeter route at just over 3 miles or walk... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2017
Yorkshiregirl29
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East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom
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Huge wildlife area

This is massive area of woodland and small lakes. It was an area where pest was extracted on an... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2017
GarthFrankland
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Leeds, United Kingdom
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“rare birds” (2 reviews)
“car park” (3 reviews)
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Goole, England
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Reviewed 26 August 2017 via mobile

We come here regularly for walks, we tend to do the perimeter route at just over 3 miles or walk down to Ten Acre Lake. It's very peaceful, very rarely see anyone else, plenty of lakes from small to large with a range of wildlife....More

Thank Yorkshiregirl29
Reviewed 16 August 2017

This is massive area of woodland and small lakes. It was an area where pest was extracted on an industrial scale but is now returning to big land. However one get around fairly dryly on well laid out paths. It is possible spot some rare...More

Thank GarthFrankland
Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

Today we went for a walk around the area of the Moors near Hatfield and Blanton just off the A614. This is the only area of the moors we have visited and is a very peaceful (apparent from the occasional plane from the airport) spot...More

Thank Alec C
Reviewed 11 September 2016

I visited the east part of the reserve. I felt it could have been signposted better, particularly to the car park(s?). There wasn't a large amount of wildlife evident, just grazing sheep and a few wildflowers. I will try to go on a guided walk...More

2  Thank Heather P
Reviewed 21 February 2016

I was lucky to have a guide to explain some of the natural features of this location at one of the first 'photography golden hours' of this year. Even without that golden glow it is a special place that extends as far as the eye...More

3  Thank jill3a
Reviewed 26 October 2015 via mobile

Very peaceful walk, hardly any sound at all. There is very limited wildlife but lots of opportunities for photographers of fungi. The walks could be signposted better, on a number of occasions I had to refer to google maps to make sure I read having...More

Thank SheffieldYorkie_49
Reviewed 10 September 2015

I walk this area quite often, there are neumerous marked walks of different lengths all of which are enjoyable and not difficult in any way.Strange thing about this place is there is very little wildlife to see, dont know why ? Lots of signage about...More

1  Thank GooleAndy
Reviewed 30 August 2015

We visit Hatfield Moors on a regular basis and have noticed an increase of dog faeces littering the paths. We have also witnessed a dog owner repeatedly throwing a stick into one of the lakes for his dog to fetch - the lake was heavily...More

5  Thank Kenny40
Reviewed 20 August 2015

This is a lovely place to visit whether its with your children/friends or dogs and its all free. Take a stroll in the peaceful surroundings and you will come across a lake. Have three or four visits throughout the year and note the seasonal changes...More

Thank thebizyork
Reviewed 12 August 2015 via mobile

Driven past the sign on the A614 many times and eventually wandered over via the old Lindholme airfield towards Lindholme Hall. Was wonderful. Decided to go to the car park just South of Lindholme and have a wander. Just a whisper of traffic and complete...More

2  Thank Teddy E
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