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This is a beautiful nature walk with a lake and woodlands. They benches to sit on and the watch the world go by. Its a very relaxing area. Commonly used for dog walkers and families. It's a place to recommend.
This park is near to our place.We went there one afternoon.
You can have a good walk under the shades of the trees during summer.
Don't expect activities,animals or birds.
No café or restaurant inside.
Just a park and needs improvement.
Go to Havannah most days and this is a highlight. The dogs love it and is a mix of open countryside and woods. You can wander round for 1-2 hours no problem. Go to the main pond and see swans with cygnets- great day. Be...More
I have been walking from Red House Farm.to this lovely peaceful place with my dogs for 25 years During this time what was a pleasant walk through green belt land has been destroyed because of greedy property developers. I went yesterday and was distraught to...More
New Year's Eve found us out with the camera close to sunset, hoping to get some nature pics. Last time we saw a heron and, with the mild weather, we did think we might see a red squirrel -well, you never know. Neither were to...More
We live close by and go a lot! Usually very clean (I have seen a kind gentleman who picks up litter for the good of everyone whilst enjoying his walk. If you read this: THANK YOU once again!). In there we've seen deer, frogs, herons,...More
We live nearby so this is a lovely walk to do throughout the year to see the seasonal changes. Lots of wildlife about, foxes and rabbits are often seen. A few different paths to take and a couple lead to lakes. Very popular for dog...More
I cannot believe I have not reviewed Havanna until now.
This is a wonderful place to visit. Beautiful paths leading through Reed beds and trees around the lakes and ponds. If you venture towards to back of the park (near Sage) there's some great paths...More