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Went back to Radwell lake with now older grandchildren, little changed since we took our children way back. Ducks Geese Swans and variety of wildfowl happy to come from all parts for a feed, car parking good and easy to find.
We drove past here to get to Radwell Lake Campsite.
Kids loved feeding the wildlife, which seems friendly enough, and not at all bothered about gatecrashing our tent one morning !!
Lovely quiet place. In a tiny village.
Radwell Lake, a man made creation, is well known locally as the place to see ducks and other water fowl. In a mainly chalk landscape the lake is an exceptional body of water with an exceptionally large population of water fowl for the area. There...More
There really isnt alot too see at the lake, children would find it more interesting feeding the ducks, you cant walk round it. We have no idea why this lake is a tourist attraction at all. Maybe worth a quick look when passing but thats...More
A very pretty location, lots of friendly ducks to feed and a few picturesque country walks start here.
I was brought here as a child to feed the ducks and now bring nephews and nieces to share those memories.
I have visited Radwell lake for many years. Radwell is a little dead end village which you find off the A507 near Baldock in Hertfordshire. It's hidden away so when you drive under the A1M bridge to the village the last thing to expect is...More