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Milton Country Park, Cambridge

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Milton Country Park is a 95 acre park of varied natural habitat interlaced with over two miles of paths. The Park includes a Visitor Centre with café, play-areas, viewing platforms and lakes. Managed by registered charity, Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust.
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  • We went for the parkrun, and were delighted with the location. Beautiful lakes, nice parkland, and a lovely cafe with a terrace overlooking the lake. Sun was shining, seemed like a perfect spot to spe...  more »
  • first time here and so all new. Parking charged and could do with some extra time periods.....seems to jump from 30 mins to 150 mins. Otherwise free. Great for short walks. Cafe and kiosk for food and...  more »
  • Ideal place to go when travelling with a dog..lazy walk around the lakes Through Tree Lined paths,with plenty of seating on the way.. Small cafe, serving lovely food.& ice Cream...Also deal place to t...  more »
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  • Great place to run or walk dogs. Lots of activities here, well maintained and good community spirit. Surrounding roads get crazy with parking; much better to pay to park and know you're supporting maintenance, plus it's easier to get a spot like that!
  • Absolutely loved this place when we visited! Lovely parkland and woods, and some beautiful lakes,with fantastic variety of water birds. Lovely café with a veranda overlooking the lake made it the perfect place to relax after a parkrun!
  • Well maintained excellent walks. Peaceful. Plenty for children to do. Excellent cafe
  • Great place to visit with the kids. Fantastic play ground. Lovely walks around several lakes. Does smell a bit on hot days though.
  • The Country Park is a great place for a quiet walk away from traffic and manicured lawns. The lakes host a good range of water birds, and the trees and bushes have many other birds - last visit I caught a glimpse of a Great Spotted Woodpecker. There's a couple of playgrounds for children of different ages, and every Saturday morning at 9.00 there's a park run. The whole place is funded by donations, so do remember to pay for your parking and drop in to the cafe for a cup of tea and a cake.