This is at the bottom of my road, a great place for walkers, dog walkers, runners and families just wanting to take a picnic or show children how to feed the ducks. There are two lakes - one freshwater and situate in the park and the other is on the other side of a wall with a castle and is... 更多
I have previously visited Radford Lake with my parents as a youngster and thought I'd take my children there for a picnic. We had a lovely afternoon with a short enough walk for my 2 year old to cope with to see the ducks. The park is beautiful and well kept with a pleasant atmosphere amongst all those visiting. Parking... 更多
It was raining when we visited but that did not prevent us from enjoying the scenery in the park and on the lakes(especially the old wrecks) ! We particularly felt for the history of this site thinking what a tragedy the mansion was demolished.
This well tended park has both a tidal area and a freshwater lake which are frequently visited by all manner of wildlife. There are wooded areas for strolling through with the dog and large grassy areas for having a picnic and enjoying the different views. This park is never packed and on some days its almost like you are the... 更多
Radford Park is of great historical interest and also holds freshwater Radford Lake which joins under the castle with Hooe Lake, which is both tidal and sea water. A fab place for picnics, feedings the swans and ducks and walking the dogs. A great place for a run too. I walk through it all the time as a short cut... 更多
Lovely leafy walks though the woods and around the lake offering views across to The Hoe. The park has a long history which can be read on the old gatehouse. Good place to walk your dog and feed the ducks. As it's an arboretum there are many unusual trees planted here.