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Beacon Hill Country Park, Loughborough
(4.5/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • We parked here and had a lovely picnic then walked into nearby Newtown Linfordfor a drink. Well worth a visit. 
  • This ancient extinct volcano is the local high point in North Leicestershire. There are plenty of good walks and it is on the Eastern edge of the National Forest. From the trig point on top it is poss...  more »
  • Large car park, payment to be made before exit, £3 was the max charge for parking. Toilet facilities in this particular car park. Easy walking on hard surface track around but you can pretty much go a...  more »
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  • Beautiful country park with lots to see and enjoy with all the family!! :) however, unlike Bradgate there is no cafe, so bring a picnic!! 😆
  • Lovely walk around, great views and a few different sculptures around. You do have to pay for parking but it is not too expensive and well worth it!
  • Gorgeous scenery with walks of all sizes. Great for kids, with plenty to see (haven't seen such a variety of mushrooms in one place for years).
  • Beautiful place to go for walk or biking. Quite challenging for bikes, not recommended for smaller kids. Lower car park does provide nice place for picnic with or without BBQ. Only disadvantage is quite expensive car park if you wanna go there more often, unless you are annual car park pass holder.
  • Great place to take any kids all the cows roaming freely up the main hill and walk to the top of the summit which is the highest point in Leicestershire