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Two Tree Island should be better than it is. The walk along the seawall with its views to the sea and towards Hadleigh Castle are superb. It is very restful and tranquil, The car park next to the slipway, however, has huge potholes which are...More
Good place for a walk, plenty of parking, several car parks with grassy paths running from them through to views of the sea marshes, plenty of seats for bird watchers and people with packed lunch, there are also some bird hides, overlooking estuary. The entrance...More
Marshy saltings, used as landfill now covered with topsoil. Unkempt. pot holed road access to bleak puddled strewn car park, and old boat launching slip.
Favoured by people who eat lunch in their cars, and those exercising dogs' bowels.
Lots of mud, wild grass etc....More
Two Tree Island is accessed by a road running beside and behind Leigh on Sea Station, so very handy for day trippers. It is a haven for bird watchers and dog walkers, with an abundance of open space. There is a Marina which separates the...More
You can walk from leigh station - turn right, cross track, then Road, path goes from next to boats by road. There is also a car park. I recommend a visit at high tide or an hour or two after. You will see the tide...More
Two Tree Island is a nature reserve, with a road that leads through it to the marshes, which offers outstanding views up & down the estuary, and across to Kent. Plenty of wild birds for 'twitchers'. A driving range for golfers, with a simple but...More