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Cudmore Grove Country Park, Mersea Island

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  • Off the beaten track a large(ish) beachside country park that is ideal for dog walkers and / or a picnic site. Other than views across the estuary to Brightlingsea no real difference between this and ...  more »
  • We had a season ticket as we would go with our dog almost daily and it was well worth it. A beautiful park, with lovely views, and wooded walks. Very popular in summer with kite flyers and families pi...  more »
  • Nice beachfront country park, with parking, toilets, shop, interesting pillbox. Joined the friendly parking here and had a large group picnic. Did not get too busy whilst there.  more »
  • I grew up a stone's throw from cudmore grove and to this day it is one of my favourite places. from the large green, ideal for picknicks and games. the world war two gun placements and pill boxes provide a bit of history and an awesome adventure for the kids. down on the beach there are the cliffs that are constantly changing and uncovering more ancient history with old fisheries and a box fort being found just recently. I can heartily recommend a visit at an early evening high tide in the summer.
  • Not too expensive to park (you can pay by card). Nice, peaceful, family friendly park also excellent for dog walking. The beaches are very clean with millions of oyster and other shells for beachcombing.
  • We thought for a country park it was very bland. It' s mostly a large grass area near the car park area, & once you get down to the beach area walk to the right, the beach is quite unpleasant. Walking away to the left did look better. The small cafe shop did very little hot food wise, offering pasties & hot sausage rolls, but when we tried to buy some she said the hot food was off. Parking fees not too bad.
  • Great place for family and BBQ lovers. Great park with view of the sea and some WW2 bunkers and maybe a dip in the sea with a boat across the sea. The friendliest staff on earth
  • Great place to take the family for a quick stroll... maybe even a BBQ! Be warned though the shop has very limited opening hours so don't rely on it!