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We had a lovely walk there today. We hadn’t visited for some time and there has clearly been some improvements to the paths and signage and the loos! Saw a bittern, lots of snipe and the usual list of ducks and small birds plus loads...More
What a lovely hidden gem this is on our doorstep!
We thoroughly enjoyed our lovely wander round the reserve today and are looking forward to returning again soon and following the longer trail.
For real nature enthusiasts, this should be a must-visit!
This reserve always has something of interest and has turned up many major rarities. The short walk through the wet wood has resting places and the Reed Marsh Hide view has been enhanced and packed with wildfowl.
We love this nature reserve and always visit when staying in the area. Lovely well marked and signposted paths lead to several hides. Superb bird watching. The paths are an easy stroll...you can take a short stroll or and longer walk across the reserve. Convenient...More
Response from Christian S | Reviewed this property |
In fact there are two car parks you can use. The one in Stodmarsh itself, which is the nearest one to the lakes. But you can also use the car park at the Grove Fery Inn, near the Grove Ferry Picnic site at Upstreet... More
In fact there are two car parks you can use. The one in Stodmarsh itself, which is the nearest one to the lakes. But you can also use the car park at the Grove Fery Inn, near the Grove Ferry Picnic site at Upstreet. It's handy for visiting the nature reserve just across across the road, but you will have to take a little walk to get to the lakes. Moreover, this car park is paying even if it's only a small amount for a whole day.
Hope this is of help.