Pop into the Visitor Centre and pick up a Bluebell Wood trail leaflet. Depending on the season you could see carpets of Bluebells and wild flowers, be enveloped by the smell of Wild Garlic or kick through the leaves in autumn.
Stop at the Ferry Meadows Café, Lakeside Kitchen & Bar or find the perfect spot for a picnic and just relax and enjoy the views.
Lynch Lake is one of the best places for a bit of bird spotting. It is also the location of our Sand Martin box. From March until September you'll be able to see Sand Martins swooping overhead. Ham Mere is another bird spotting hotspot, with two hides which look out over the Mere. Even if the Mere is dry Heron Hide has a number of bird feeders so you're guaranteed to see some of our feathered friends. Keep your eyes open for Kingfishers and Herons along the river and if you're lucky maybe even an Otter.