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Milton Country Park, Cambridge

(4.3/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Quick friendly service, tasty hot ciabattas, sitting out on sunny lakeside terrace. A great place to take the kids, good playgrounds and lots of interesting paths to explore. Ideal place to teach the ...  more »
  • This isn't quite as picturesque as some of the other country parks Cambridge has but their choice of parks are great fun for little children. I'm not sure teenagers would get much out of it!  more »
  • Visited last year had rally nice time walking along the trails set out .lots of people were on bikes alone or with family members brilliant place to take children to let them run off steam and have a ...  more »
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  • My favourite place for a walk, run or just a lie down with a book. Plus there's a nice eatery with lake view and frozen yogurt!
  • I really like this place. I always sit outside even when it is sometimes raining. The view facing the large pond is so peaceful. The Coffee shop is lovely. They make lovely fresh soup with fresh bread and brew a lovely pot of tea; pineapple and ginkgo tea are my favorites. On very quiet days really early or just a bit before closing time when less people are around the visit has brought me such peace. Or when I am really brave I go for a long walk or a muddy jog early early like 7.00 am and take pause and take in the lovely view of that pond with the swans and ducks and other curious creatures.
  • Beautiful place. Great for picnics, running routes, taking the children out for the day, a picturesque walk or a coffee or lunch at the cafe. There are several different bits to to the park that include an inclusive cycling scheme that offers people of varying abilities the chance to ride around the park on specially adapted cycles that make it possible for people to cycle who otherwise might not be able to, including people with mobility issues or learning difficulties. The cafe is well equipped and always well staffed with friendly people who are happy to discuss ingredients or dietary requirements. Pannini/ice cream/ sandwiches/ snacks/ jacket potato/ delicious cake/ coffee/ hot chocolate with marshmallows/ cold drinks all available. The cafe area and extra function room are available to hire. Saturday morning, the country park is host to a weekly parkrun. It's a busy time to go between 8.30-10 (if you're not a runner) but it's not an event that takes over the entire park; it's still accessible to everyone else. The whole place is child and dog friendly... The are also several geocaches and pokestops/gyms!
  • Lovely park, with accessible trails past playgrounds and a small cafe, thru woodlands, and around two small lakes. Very family-friendly. Also good for Pokemon.
  • We've been twice with Grandchildren , and it's good fun they took their fishing nets, parking good value , it's cheap, if you take picnic , but we opted to buy drinks/ice cream / etc, prices not bad, However twice we've used the toilets on saturday & thursday both times this is where it lets it's standards down dirty /smelly /floors wets, would given 5* if it was not for this,