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Bolam Lake Country Park lies about 9 miles west of Morpeth and is signposted off the A696 from Belsay. It has lakeside, woodland and open grassed areas for all to enjoy with the attractive lakeside walk being accessible for wheelchairs and...more
9 Miles West of Morpeth | Off the A696, Belsay NE20 0HE, England
All reviews ice cream van lovely walk around the lake swans and ducks red squirrels nice walk coffee shop super place tranquil place water birds the main car park plenty of car parking during school holidays roe large lake well worth a visit beautiful scenery cakes
Created by John Dobson in 1816, with lakeside, woodland and open grass areas. There’s a wide variety of wildlife to watch, and it’s accessible to wheelchair users and pushchairs. A beautiful place for a day out.
Bolam lake country park is only about four mile outside of Morpeth.. It has a lot to offer for a nature lover. There is a walkway around the lake. On the south side is a walkway over the wetlands, then onto the grassland and finally...More
Ok, pedantry aside, John Dobson built it so why is it Bolam lake?
Still, use the second carpark if you want a café and toilets.
Leave your car here and use this as the start and finish off a really satisfying walk around the lake...More
We have always loved visiting Bolam lake, taking a walk around the lake, watching the swans etc.followed by a coffee at the visitor centre.
However, after finishing our drinks I attempted to take my granddaughter to the toilet in the cafe, finding it locked I...More
My husband and I visited Bolam Lake as the starting point of a lovely six mile walk. Unfortunately I had forgotten to pack my walking socks. I asked in the shop / cafe if they sold socks, which they didn't. Jennifer came from around the...More
I have walked around the lake on a number of occasions and rarely have seen cyclists. When walking it gives the opportunity to see wildlife in the trees and the varying natural beauty on offer. There is a lot of countryside... More
I have walked around the lake on a number of occasions and rarely have seen cyclists. When walking it gives the opportunity to see wildlife in the trees and the varying natural beauty on offer. There is a lot of countryside away from Bolam lake with solid roads which is ideal for cyclists and equally beautiful