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All reviews bird watching small cafe information centre great nature nice place to walk natural history main lake pond dipping afternoon stroll free entry car park sunday walk information boards all ages sandwiches couple of hours lakes
Moved to area recently from Somerset, delighted to find substitute for Somerset Levels
Wildlife, Visited on beautiful Autumn day, lots of bird life,could have sat in hide all day just watching. Easy walking around lakes and I am not young! Incredibly helpful, knowledgeable staff. Will...More
We visited here with my elderly parents. We had lunch in the cafe which had very reasonably priced sandwiches & drinks. The staff are super friendly and very enthusiastic. My parents can’t walk far so they suggested the garden just beside the cafe with lots...More
I went to the Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve with my two year old. We booked onto a summer holiday pond dipping session and had a wonderful time. Everything was extremely organised, from three different sizes of nets for the various sized hands of the little people...More
I visited with my 8 year old grandson. We walked to one of the bird hides and sat and watched the antics of the ducks and geese on the pond. It was a delightful, I just wanted time to stand still and for this to...More
Slightly hidden from the main road, although sign posted, the reserve is worth keeping an eye out for! A completely free visit and actually very interesting.
Start off your visit in the “museum” and then continue your visit around the lake.. home to many species...More
Within 5 minutes of leaving our car we were sitting on a secluded bench watching 3 Grey Herons nesting 75 yards from us. This nature reserve is bubbling with wildlife. The walk we took (2 miles perhaps) was absolutely delightful. It looks like they have...More
Response from SevenoaksSinjun | Reviewed this property |
Hi, most of the paths are just compressed earth and flat, so I would say 'yes' if the weather is good and it has been dry for a while (as it is right now). Access to the hides will be more difficult. Hope this helps.