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Beautiful walk

have lived nearby for many years but have never visited. went down to see if it would be suitable... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2016
jillybean1064
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Cambridge, United Kingdom
Wild and windy

Lovely wild site. Useful information boards. Lovely views over the fens. Use your imagination... read more

Reviewed 7 April 2016
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Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

This is a great time of year to visit. The turf is kept short by the sheep and the long evenings allow plenty of time after work for a midweek visit or trip in the summer holidays. An earlier poster is in error - this...More

1  Thank Fenlandier
Reviewed 12 December 2016

On the face-of-it there is very little to see at the site. But when you visualise the Fens before they were drained and let your imagination run wild it can be very emotional.

Thank John T
Reviewed 27 June 2016 via mobile

A good place to enjoy old time herbal remedies and imagine life before the Norman conquest. The saxons built these forts to protect their animals and people, whereas Norman castles are there to protect Normans.....end list. A study of genelogy discovered the ruling class in...More

Thank jimynee
Reviewed 11 April 2016

have lived nearby for many years but have never visited. went down to see if it would be suitable to take the dog . What a hidden treasure , it is just beautiful down here, steeped in history . It was a sunny spring day...More

1  Thank jillybean1064
Reviewed 7 April 2016

Lovely wild site. Useful information boards. Lovely views over the fens. Use your imagination. Can't believe this is literally down a beaten track.

2  Thank Maxine C
Reviewed 31 August 2015 via mobile

I agree with other reviews suggesting wellies, be prepared to walk, and you'll need your imagination. Still worth seeing. I'd also add that I was disappointed to find much of the earthen banks were built up recently, they are not original, though they are in...More

1  Thank Kristi S
Reviewed 28 May 2014

Wonderfully peaceful place to take an afternoon walk. Over looking the fens. Big sky's and wonderful sunsets.

2  Thank wolfnickwolf
Reviewed 13 February 2014

Joined one of the guided tours of this site. Met up at entrance past Stitches Farm (PE15 0PE). The lane leading to the farm and Stonea Camp is deeply rutted and there is a risk of grounding vehicles. The site is large and open and...More

1  Thank Fenlandier
Reviewed 1 August 2013 via mobile

If you're a history or archaeology enthusiast then you'll love it. An area of local and national importance but don't expect too much as you'll need your imagination and possibly Wellies!

1  Thank Colin P
Reviewed 8 April 2013

Visited the site a few times now and I'd agree with Fenlandier, it's a very interesting site and provides the ground work of a substantial camp which spanned many era's - also it's free. New sign's have this down as a Roman Camp, don't go...More

2  Thank Ben S
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Jackie G
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Sheep are kept within the site so not suitable for dogs running free
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Jackie G
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Response from Fenlandier | Reviewed this property |
It is used for sheep grazing so dogs need to be kept on a leash.
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