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Big Pit: National Coal Museum Blaenavon 32.8 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Blaenavon
... or the historical way of life, but from the moment you arrive here,until the moment you drive out of the car park on your way home, you feel educated, humbled and respectful of the pride that is evident.
Well laid out site and very informative and what was great for us was that it is completely accessible with a mobility scooter (no way I could of pushed a wheelchair due to the hillside nature of the site).
Quantock Trekking Taunton, UK 43.2 km away
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Taunton
Cader Idris Dolgellau
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Dolgellau
Visited Dolgellau and stayed in a Fab B&B .. Short car trip to a car park and short walk to the start of the Foxes path .... boy did it rain ... and rain and rain .. we had a go but decided enough was enough as we...
After visiting Castell y Bere, took the opportunity to visit the snow capped Cader Idris - in my opinion, one of the most impressive mountains in the Snowdonia National Park.
Pen-y-Fan Brecon Beacons National Park 48.2 km away
#1 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brecon Beacons National Park
Fantastic memories, superb views of Brecon and its Beacons and a great coffee and snack in the car park afterwards.
One of my favourite walks in the National Park Great views and a variety of terrain Lots of different route options as well
#2 of 41 Nature & Parks in Snowdonia National Park
As well as being the largest National Park in Wales, Snowdonia boasts the highest mountain (Snowdon), with its largest natural lake, picturesque villages, wildlife and a wealth of culture.
Plus whichever walk you chose to the top you will be treated to the most spectacular views all around...the nature, landscape and wildlife is incredible.
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Harlech Beach Harlech
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Harlech
You can park right on the beach Great views Great with dog Nice and wide and places to stroll really wide with dog
Harlech beach is one of the most beautiful beaches we've been to due to its most spectacular views of the castle and Snowdonia National Park!
Aberdovey beach Aberdovey
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Aberdovey
There are great views of the estuary and harbour at Aberdovey, but if you park in the car park to the north on the Towyn road you will find a lovely sandy beach nearby
Parking is the only downside during busy periods as the car park fills up very quickly and its quite a walk from other parking areas.
Sgwd yr Eira Brecon Beacons National Park 42.0 km away
#2 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brecon Beacons National Park
Stunning walk, around 3hrs, a must visit Some parts require strenuous climbs £4 got the car park, run by very helpful & kind volunteers
The nearest roads and car park are some distance away - so be prepared for a bit of a trek, and be sure to wear good, sturdy walking boots, with excellent grip.
Watersmeet Trail Lynmouth, UK 53.1 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Lynmouth
Great for dedicated walkers and a wonderful cafe with nature at the end to top up your energy for the walk back.
We parked at the NT car park with honesty box, just outside Linton, part of Combe park estate, cross the road and you are directly on trail, good footwear recommended, I imagine it can get a bit muddy in wet weath...
Glastonbury Tor Glastonbury, UK 50.2 km away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Glastonbury
The view is spectacular and due to the spiritual nature of the Tor it was quite busy with other people welcoming the new moon, including a coach party who were on a spiritual retreat.
Worth a climb, steps make it more access able, go for it, the view is wonderful.You can take a bus from the car park in Glastonbury,£3.00
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Royal Forest of Dean Coleford, UK 54.7 km away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Coleford
There are so many fantastic places to visit, we love walking at the Nagshead RSPB nature reserve, Speechouse Woorgreens trail, Sculture Trail, Cannop Ponds to name just a few, the fact that you can stop along the...
The lake next to the car park is perfect for pre and/or post walk picnics or I can highly recommend the catering van that, despites it small size, offers a surprisingly wide range of hot and cold food.
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Heddon Valley Barnstaple, UK 58.3 km away
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Barnstaple
A pleasant easy walk down from the NT car park down a wooded valley by a river to emerge at a rocky beach with views along the coast and the towering cliffs.
The kids absolutely loved it and were intrigued by all the different paths you could take, nature we stumbled across and the powerful sound of the sea as it crashes against the big stones and drags them back with...
Cotswold Way Cotswolds, UK 58.8 km away
#4 of 84 Nature & Parks in Cotswolds
The Broadway Tower and the adjacent café and car park area bonus and provide first class facilities.
The sections recommended on the website seem to have places to park.
Taff Valley Quad Bike & Activity Centre Pontypridd 13.7 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Pontypridd
Four Waterfalls Walk Ystradfellte 42.9 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Ystradfellte
an amazing set of falls, the work is 3-4 hours if you do all 4 of the falls, make sure you do Sgwd yr Eira as you can step behind this waterfall and its so beautiful and you really get to see the power of nature a...
The walk from Cwm Porth car park follows the river - its less steady underfoot but more picturesque than the walk from Gwaun Hepste car park which is steep and goes through the forest but is a firm wide path.
The Mawddach Trail Dolgellau
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Dolgellau
Travels thru woodlands, estuaries with haunting bird calls, folks on the trail and then --- all of a sudden you're at Barmouth - this fantastical little seaside village (but with an amusement park and sand dunes a...
You certainly feel at one with nature, at the end you reach Barmouth by crossing the amazing railway bridge over the Estuary , then catch the bus back to Dolgellau , lovely day !
Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal Brecon Beacons National Park 52.0 km away
#3 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brecon Beacons National Park
We arrived to a friendly welcome from Sally and Nigel, the owners of Beacon Park Boats at Abergavenny.
Absolutely fantastic and relaxing week on Brecon Park Boats' Owl.
Sugarloaf Mountain Abergavenny 40.7 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Abergavenny
Nice easy walk to the summit from the car park, gorgeous views!
Having an OS map made it easier to plan our route and we made it back to the free NT car park taking a longer walk around the hills on the way down.
Dewstow Gardens & Hidden Grottoes Caerwent 31.2 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Caerwent
The gardens are very well kept and set in a compact area but the winding and multi-level nature of the landscaping gives an impression of a much larger space.
The car park is large enough to accommodate a good number of cars and there's space for two coaches but remember to book ahead if you intend travelling as a group, there's a discount for groups too.
Ham Wall Nature Reserve Glastonbury, UK 45.6 km away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Glastonbury
It's great that at the RSPB car park there are now loos and a small visitors' cabin where the very friendly and informative volunteers will make you a cup of tea before you brave the cold.
Had hours and hours and hours of fun , great for nature lovers and also amazing for bike rides , parking available
Symonds Yat Rock Coleford, UK 54.7 km away
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Coleford
There is an excellent viewing point, well signposted, with easy access and parking, to take a birds eye view of the Wye valley, there is a walkway from the car park to both the forested area down to the river and...
The climb is fairly easy and worth it for the amazing views and to appreciate nature and natural beauty.
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Zip World Fforest Betws-y-Coed
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Betws-y-Coed
... off with a delicious bacon and cheese toasty in the cafe served up by lovely friendly staff.My group certainly went away tired but happy.A well run place in the lovely setting of the Snowdonia National Park.
We've travelled the world visiting theme parks, but this attraction is definitely up there with some of the best roller coasters we've rode!
Henrhyd Waterfall Coelbren 48.2 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Coelbren
These waterfalls are absolutely stunning!!! Start at the National Trust car park and follow the clear route.
You drive down an impossibly narrow lane, miss the entrance to the car park, reverse back up, park, scramble down an impossibly steep path into the ravine, cross the bridge, climb steps, traverse the narrow path a...
Bike Park Wales Merthyr Tydfil 30.2 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Merthyr Tydfil
Quite simply, the best the UK has to offer for mountain bike trail parks... Uplift is effortless, staff are friendly, helpful and polite, the uplift drivers will have a chat on the way up if your in the front and...
5 stars all round.... 1 of the best uplift Bike Parks in the UK Brilliant day, great uplift (book well in advance) Friendly staff both at reception and the helpful staff on the uplift.... Will def be back for sure...
#7 of 41 Nature & Parks in Snowdonia National Park
Really lovely waterfall and woodland walk with added benefit of Fab and reasonably priced tea room next to the car park and bonus steam train to wave at and/or go for a little ride on.
Great place to be explore, pay & display car park at bottom of falls, £2 for 4hrs which is plenty of time, beautiful falls and very picturesque, information boards explains flora & fauna, also the steam train stat...
Caswell Bay Swansea 59.9 km away
#5 of 32 Nature & Parks in Swansea
Living around 45 mins away... its such a gem... great beach... great surf... great views... and its just amazing to go for an hour or two... or if you have a picnic, there are benches near the car park too... if y...
... Perfect shallow, clear water for paddling Perfect waves for body boarding Perfectly placed car park at £5 for the whole day which seems reasonable (though does get full, which means you'd have to park about 1....
Bute Park Cardiff 1.6 km away
#1 of 23 Nature & Parks in Cardiff
A lovely park, well kept, perfect for families, lots of people here yesterday May 1st 2017 also has a lovely little outdoor tea room toasties are lovely and very reasonable, definately worth a vist.
The size of 75 football pitches, a park with plenty to explore for children and adults alike, views of the river Taff and Cardiff castle, foot bridges across the river,3000 types of trees including champion trees,...
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The Bishop's Palace and Gardens Wells, UK 48.1 km away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Wells
Great views of the Cathedral too, if you love nature you will love it here x
Entry is free and there is a pay and display car park in Union Street which is just a short walk away.
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Ebbor Gorge Wells, UK 44.1 km away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Wells
Nature at its finest - birds, butterflies, insects, wild flowers, trees, etc etc. a brilliant place for nature lovers.
You can park in the free car park just up the road from Wookey Hole for a circular walk to the gorge and back which takes only an hour - or you can lengthen the walk by doing a circular from Wookey Hole itself.
WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre Slimbridge, UK 61.1 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Slimbridge
A wonderful nature reserve with knowledgeable and friendly staff and volunteers.
We all really enjoyed a lovely sunny day walking around the park, feeding the birds and canoeing around the wildlife.