Countryside Attractions in South East England.

Wellington Country Park
Set in 350 acres of beautiful parklands off the A33 between Basingstoke and Reading, on the Hampshire Berkshire border,with easy access from both the M3 and M4, Wellington Country Park offers a safe, open air, fun filled venue for all the family.
Ashridge Estate
A 5,000 acre countryside estate with many splendid walks. The focal point of the area is the Bridgewater Monument.
Avon Heath Country Park
The large areas of heathland are scattered with trees, while purple banks of flowering heather provide a stunning sight in the summer. You may also be lucky enough to see some of the rare birds.
Buscot and Coleshill Estates
A visit to the Buscot and Coleshill estates nets you not one National Trust property, but two whole working communities.
Celtic Harmony Camp
Step into Celtic times for a great day out at Celtic Harmony Camp, a reconstructed Iron Age village set in 13 acres of woodland near Hertford. You can try your hand at Longbow Archery, Celtic cookery
Devil's Dyke
The sinister sounding Devil's Dyke is a huge dry chalk valley and a historic beauty spot on the South Downs.
Dunstable Downs, Chilterns Gateway Centre and Whipsnade Estate
If the number of kites flying is any indication, Dunstable Downs offers windy walks and wildlife in all seasons. Gliders soar over the glorious landscape and ancient monuments abound.
Durlston Country Park
Durlston is a fabulous 113 hectare (280 acre) countryside paradise, consisting of sea-cliffs, coastal limestone downland, haymeadows, hedgerows and woodland.
Hatfield Forest National Nature Reserve
Hatfield Forest is a rare surviving example of a medieval hunting forest. It has over 1,000 acres of woodland and pasture, some wonderful 400 year old pollarded trees, two ornamental lakes and an eighteenth century Shell House.
Itchen Valley Country Park
With 440 acres of woodland and meadows adjoining the River Itchen to explore, the Park is an ideal place for a family day out.
Kent Life
There's so much new to do at Kent's premier heritage farm attraction with 28 acres of fun which includes our timed-daily activities
Lakeside Country Park
Lakeside Country Park is 60 acres of lakes, wet meadow and woodland situated between Eastleigh and Southampton.
Lulworth Castle and Park
Lulworth Castle was built between 1608 and 1610 and became the family home of Humphrey Weld when he purchased the estate in 1641. It was built primarily as a hunting lodge and has played host to a total of seven monarchs.
Marsh Farm Country Park
Marsh Farm Country Park is a demonstration of a commercial working farm and is firm favourite with children who love getting up close to farm animals from chickens, pigs, sheep and cows.
River Wey and Godalming Navigations and Dapdune Wharf
The River Wey was one of the first rivers in Britain to become fully navigable, it opened to commercial river barges in 1653.
RSPB Pulborough Brooks
RSPB Pulborough Brooks is set in the sheltered Arun Valley within the South Downs National Park.
Rye Meads Nature Reserve
This urban nature reserve has something to offer everyone and will appeal to families, walkers, birdwatchers and photographers.
Staunton Country Park
At Staunton Country Park there is something for all the family, including farm, follies and fabulous glasshouses.
Studland Beach and Nature Reserve
Studland Bay is a stunningly beautiful stretch of Dorset coastline near Swanage, part of which is owned by the National Trust.
Wimpole Hall, Garden and Park
Wimpole Hall, set in rolling parkland and woodland, is part of the 2,500 acre Wimpole Estate. The Hall is a magnificent country house, mainly eighteenth century in style.

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