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Milton Country Park, Cambridge

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.3/5 based on 100 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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  • What a great day out. Never been to the festival before but will certainly go again. Have often walked the park and it is an enjoyable easy walk with plenty to see. Swans geese ducks and many other bi...  read more »
  • Since Cambridge Sports Lake Trust have taken over, the wildlife has run/flown for the hills. Habitats have been decimated for the sake of play/sports areas. Corridor allowing free passage throughout t...  read more »
  • We love this park, there are lots of little nooks and crannies to explore. Great for walking the dog too. I gave it 5 stars because of this. However, the cafe food is not so good. The toasties are a b...  read more »
  • 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.
  • This is a hidden gem in Milton. In summer it's just stunning to go and walk around the park and enjoy the lake. In winter it gets really cold but there is a little cafe where you can get some decent hot chocolate. Parking is supposedly paid for but I've never seen anyone actually pay for it.
  • Wonderful place with an amazing cafe with outdoor seating facing the water. Great selection if toasties/ paninis along with soup and jacket potatoes.
  • Amazing walking trails, good playground for all ages and great views of the surrounding wetlands! Good choice for a family outing. Decent cafe on site. Bring £2 cash for parking.
  • My favourite park in Cambridge. Perfect during any season - enjoy a walk around the lake, have coffee.
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