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Fleet Pond is the largest freshwater lake in Hampshire and the nature reserve has 54.6 hectares (141 acres) of varied habitats. The pond itself occupies approximately half of this area. The surrounding land features heathland, woodland, reedbed and...more
All reviews lovely walk car park dog walkers nature reserve picnic tables beautiful area bird life information boards swans and ducks circular walk beautiful nature bird watchers takes about an hour lovely place different seasons sandy beach area road leading
Truly lovely area. Lots of good paths and the pond itself is beautiful. There’s also the large field area adjoining. Do check the clear notices about military training though. Not a wonderful experience if you take your own dog/s as it’s frequented by large numbers...More
If you enjoy walks and bird life, I strongly encourage you to visit Fleet Pond. There's plenty of information, maps, helpful people around the lake. I loved it! I loved the robins, swans, moorhen chicks, immature jay, and the other birds that made the walk...More
We walk our dog in this location on many occasions and follow the many pathways throughout the trees and open fields. Its one drawback is being able to safely join the Fleet/Farnborough road as the line of sight is poor. A good area to spend...More
So the Romans may have dug this pond but it did supply fish the the monks at winchester, shame some was filled in during the second world war, it is a great place to visit for that sunday walk, fishing or a paddle or to...More
I live very close so have been in winter and summer. the paths can be icy and it was great fun in the thick snow. Been recently with a picnic in this summer. Lovely to go for a date, and took my folks too. Easy...More