Please note the following activities are run by partner organisation and do not operate at the Park full time. Please contact them in advance of a visit if you wish specifically to see or take part in this activity.
Many of the pathways around Ferry Meadows are shared with cyclists and some waymarking is provided for suggested cycle routes. General details about cycling at Ferry Meadows can be found on our cycling page.
There are two cycle hire facilities at Ferry Meadows:
- Vivacity’s Adapted Cycling Scheme providing a range of adapted cycles to suit most ages and abilities. For further details and contact information visit our cycling page.
- Rutland Cycling with a wide fleet of bikes for all the family. For further details and contact information visit our cycling page.
A monthly Dementia Café for people with Dementia and their carers, family and friends is held in the Nene Outdoors training room at Lakeside, Ferry Meadows by the Alzheimer's Society. For more details visit Alzheimers Site.
Ferry Meadows Miniature Railway
The miniature railway provides a coach designed to take wheelchairs. For further details and contact information visit our Ferry Meadows Railway page.
There are two designated accessible fishing stands on the east side of Gunwade Lake, near to the Lakeside car park. There is a concrete ramp with metal handrails either side, leading from the main path via a sign, to the concrete stands which are designed to accommodate one wheelchair user each.
Fishing rights at Ferry Meadows are operated by Peterborough and District Angling Assocation with day tickets and annual membership available. For further details and contact information visit our fishing page.
There are horse routes throughout the Park which are marked on posts with blue horse shoe signs.
Horse riding lessons and short breaks for adults and children at the Park are provided by Lynch Farm Riding.
For further details about riding in Nene Park and contact information visit our ride a horse page.
As a long established archery club that uses an area on Oak Meadow near to the Lakeside car park for their outdoor shooting, Nene Bowmen offers archers of all abilities, including those brand new to the sport, the opportunity to shoot in a friendly environment. For further details and contact information visit our clubs and activities page.
Packers Canoe Club
Peterborough’s canoe club meet at Lakeside throughout the summer months. For further details and contact information visit our clubs and activities page.
Peterborough Model Flying Club
Peterborough Model Flying Club is a multi discipline club with flying sites for free flight, control line and radio control. The club make use of Coney Meadow which just off of the main car park. For further details and contact information visit our clubs and activities page.
Providing sailing opportunities for disabled people from the Lakeside. For further details and contact information visit our clubs and activities page.