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All reviews an ice cream van bird watchers heritage trail bird hide dog walkers bird life lovely place to walk dog owners pond dipping children's trail large lake duck food walk around round the lake clean toilets sunny day few hours
We’ve been driving past this place for a couple of years, so it was about time we visited.
Grounds are well maintained. Walks are well signposted too. We did the heritage trail which was about 4 miles I think. Really nice time.
We visited with dog walking friends. Whilst the dogs were initially frustrated being kept on leads near the lake, they soon could run free. We followed the circular Heritage Trail. Whilst there was a little road walking, it was on quiet country lanes. There were...More
Very large car park parking ticket required £3 all day or £1.50 for two hours.
Great walk around the lake plenty of wildlife to see .great walk with a dog that must be kept on a lead .walks well signposted. Easy walking. Information boards fixed...More
Easy access with large car parking area, Ponds have water fowl, ducks, swans and squirrels can often be seen running along the paths in front of you. Prams and mobility scooters are able to access this and there are large picnic areas dotted around
M family have been regular visitors to Stover for many years, including grand
Children and great grandchildren.
It is always a peaceful walk, with seats dotted around, and plenty of wildfowl
Afloat. Level walk around about a mile, and level,
Would recommend a visit at...More
Response from StoverRangers | Property representative |
Morning - The Tramper here is part of a scheme run by Countryside Mobility South West, which has a great website listing all countryside sites with trampers. To join the scheme costs £10 annually which covers training and... More
Morning - The Tramper here is part of a scheme run by Countryside Mobility South West, which has a great website listing all countryside sites with trampers. To join the scheme costs £10 annually which covers training and insurance while using it. There is a £2.50 temporary membership which covers two weeks for visitors on holiday or would like to try using it once. Stover has a £2.50 hour hire for each time its used. You can join on site and its straight forward and takes about 20 minutes. If you call the Rangers Office on 01626 835236, we will be a happy to advise an answer any questions..
Best to ask at the information office first. A couple of days ago there were notices up requesting that people did NOT take any ivy or holly - but given it was Christmas they could have been in danger of being denuded!