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RSPB Hayle Estuary

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| King George V Memorial Walk, Hayle TR276JG, England
+44 1736 360624
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A lovely place to walk.

Always enjoy a walk here. So much to look at, and its kept so nice by hard working people. its a... read more

Reviewed 8 October 2017
Worth a trip to Hayle

The walk is flat and easy walking with good parking. Also worth a detour to the RSPB reserve just... read more

Reviewed 8 October 2017
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“bird watching” (3 reviews)
“rspb reserve” (2 reviews)
“st ives” (3 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
| King George V Memorial Walk, Hayle TR276JG, England
+44 1736 360624
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Reviewed 8 October 2017

Always enjoy a walk here. So much to look at, and its kept so nice by hard working people. its a credit to all.

Thank lisawildwaves
Reviewed 8 October 2017

The walk is flat and easy walking with good parking. Also worth a detour to the RSPB reserve just down the road towards the St Ives turn off on the A30. Lots to see and enjoy, good easy walking and a bit of bird watching...More

Thank thegamesplayer
Reviewed 21 February 2017

Was passing by and saw around 20 people with telescopes etc looking over the estuary and then saw it was a a wonderful place for bird watching. Well placed and perfect to pass a few hours.

Thank Neil-KAG
Reviewed 24 October 2016

Our first visit here, a good viewing hide and other visitors, or locals, very friendly. It was lovely in the early evening. A kingfisher gave us a lovely demonstration, and there was quite a bit of other birdlife both from the hide, and in the...More

Thank Sue T T
Reviewed 8 October 2016

If You are stopping in Hayle then you cant fail to see the Estuary and be drawn to it. We walked around it a couple of times in the early evening, the scenery is wonderful and the variety of birds is good, on the whole...More

Thank twocerts
Reviewed 5 October 2016

Whenever we are on holiday in St Ives, we always make a point of popping up to this RSPB reserve. No shop, no volunteers, just peace and quiet and a few like minded individuals to help you identify anything you're not sure of. The best...More

Thank peter W
Reviewed 13 July 2016 via mobile

Located at the tidal estuary in Hayle. We drove in and parked under a road overpass that was badly covered in graffiti. How good would it look if local artists painted wildlife scenes on them instead? Has a clean bird hide, (must be locked at...More

Thank Dave b
Reviewed 3 July 2016

Wonderful place to go whether it be for bird watching or walking..Always something going on ,no matter the state of the tide

Thank Boscale1
Reviewed 16 June 2016

This is a very sheltered place and a sun trap there and there are numerous seating benches along the pathway

Thank Johng59
Reviewed 20 April 2016

Great place to watch the birds feeding or resting from the various benches along the paths. A well managed area free from litter and information boards and placed along the way.

Thank Martin S
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