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Parks & nature in Farnham

Forest
“You can access the forest from the bottom of my lane. A huge forest with bicycle hire and walking paths for all abilities. A lovely cafe and visitors centre. Also has a ‘Go Ape’ activity centre which is great for children and adults of all ages!”
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Park
“Ideal for running or long walks. A playground is located inside for young children.”
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Park
“Birdworld has a good range of birds and animals (over 2000 species). One of the higlights is the penguin pool and in the aquarium you will find crocodiles, piranha and seahorses as well as lots of unusual marine species. ”
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Park
“There are some 800 modern and contemporary sculptures set in 10 acres of woods and gardens. The sculptures are mostly available for sale and so those on display change over time.”
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Ski Area
“A dry ski slope just 10 mins drive away, free parking and items are available for hire. A good place to let off some excess energy! ”
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Park
“Large woodland with Cafe, play areas, bike trails, GO APE and Gruffulo trail. Lots of family fun.”
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Lake
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Park
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Lake
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Other Great Outdoors
“10mins by car Caesar's Camp is an Iron Age hill fort straddling the border of the counties of Surrey and Hampshire in southern England. The fort straddles the borough of Waverley in Surrey and the borough of Rushmoor and the district of Hart, both in Hampshire. Wikipedia Address: Rushmoor District GU11 1PZ”
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Park
“The famous seaside pleasure palace built for King George IV, in a decadent chinoiserie style. A beautiful place”
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Cave
“15 mins by car Mother Ludlam's Cave, also known as Mother Ludlum's Cave or Mother Ludlum's Hole, is a small cave in the sandstone cliff of the Wey Valley at Moor Park, near Farnham, Surrey, in England. The cave is the subject of a number of local legends. Wikipedia Address: Moor Park, Farnham”
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Forest
“Great for families. Good playgrounds and lots of cycling routes especially suitable for children. Follow the Gruffalo Trail or "Go Ape" - there is both a junior and adult option. New cafe facilities or take a picnic.”
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