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Hengistbury Head Beach
#1 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
Walk either along promenade or cliff top from Boscombe pier (1 hour stroll) to reach exquisite beach with stunning views and fascinating nature reserve.
excellent visitor centre, with lots for the kids to do, wonderful nature reserve and very convenient car parking! an amazing piece of the Jurassic Coast, and a couple of child friendly beaches thrown in for free!
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Alum Chine Beach
#2 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
Nearby car park or a beautiful 10min stroll through shady walk way from the Westbourne town centre, with lots of eclectic shops & restaurants.Or park at Bournemouth & get the little train along the seafront..a fav...
Stunning, soft silky sand, clean toilets, gorgeous play park and cute little train running along the promenade.
Bournemouth Beach
#3 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
Miles of golden sand, you can cycle for miles along the promenade from Sandbanks to Boscombe, a pier, town centre only 5 minutes walk from the beach lots of parks, ""chines", great restaurants, lots of parking, ac...
Beautiful beaches and stunning tropical gardens the park in the town centre is amazing complete with tropical birds a warning though watch were you go to eat very pricey
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Lower Gardens
#4 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
We often park near Alum Chine, have a lovely walk along the beach then stroll into the gardens either for a game of crazy golf or to sit and enjoy and ice-cream and live music from the bandstand when it is on.
Bournemouth Council obviously takes great pride in its parks and gardens which are immaculately kept, and I must confess to having been most surprised to view Banana plants growing in the gardens when I passed thr...
Southbourne Beach
#5 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
Drive along the Southbourne coast road past Southbourne grove and go down to the beach via the slope opposite Warren edge road, there is a car park but plenty of parking along the side roads.
You can park on the cliff top, walk down the zigzag path and you are straight onto the promenade.
Branksome Chine Poole 1.3 mi away
#4 of 14 Nature & Parks in Poole
Excellent part of beautiful Bournemouth beach, car park right near the beach, excellent for wheelchair users, easy access to all facilities, including Branksome Beach Restaurant, right on the beach, excellent view...
This is a fantastic part of Bournemoth / Poole beach, lovely white sand, Perfect for Children , & if you like to walk, you can park on the top chine roads for FREE, & walk down through the lovely wooded tarmac pat...
Boscombe Chine Gardens
#6 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
Walked all the way in the park on a sunny day xx beautiful flowers and the park look fantastic where the trees on both side join together above our head xxx very greenish xx
this garden and the parks of Bournemouth were amazing: waterfalls, rides, walks, trees and an aviary - i think there a market on some days and an open air exhibition: we went in spring but this town must be amazin...
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Compton Acres Poole 2.0 mi away
#7 of 14 Nature & Parks in Poole
beatiful gardens with seat placed all the way round also wheelchair access ifneeded good for childern nature trail also play area scenery is fantastic different themes throughout
Easy to find and park, a nice cafe and well stocked nursery shop are on site.
Oceanarium
#7 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
Wonderful to see a real positive effort to help protect nature by showing people these beautiful animals, and create some marine biologists for the future!
Big fish, fantastic variety, buggy park, plenty of facilities.
Sandbanks Beach Poole 3.1 mi away
#1 of 14 Nature & Parks in Poole
What can I say, beautiful!! Fabulous beach surrounded by stunning houses, great crazy golf park nearby and very friendly people.... Its just a different world
Harbour one side, sea the other, makes this a unique location experience - probably best enjoyed at high tide and early or late season when the roads, car parks and beach are quiet.
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Brownsea Island Poole 3.6 mi away
#2 of 14 Nature & Parks in Poole
Got a ferry to Brownsea island a fabulous place for nature lovers and to see the red squirrels what a delight to see and photograph the hides are great lots of birds to see great to go walking and birdwatching lot...
Beautiful views, interesting history, fascinating stories linked to the Scouts and Guides and lovely wildlife and nature to enjoy.
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Mudeford Sandbank Beach
#8 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
All emenities are close to hand plus a lovely choochoo train to transport you here and back if you don’t fancy the delightful walk back to the car park.
2) you park at mudeford quay and catch the ferry over, again it’s about £4 for two adults and two children.
The Polar Bear on the Isle of Wight
#9 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
Lollipops Play Cafe Bournemouth
#10 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
Shell Bay Studland Bay 3.9 mi away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Studland Bay
This has always been a stunning beach, crowded on sunny weekends but always possible to find a space especially if you are prepared to walk halfway between NT car park and ferry end.
Recommend the cream tea:) yummy, Good large car park and good value for money, ideal for nice walk along the beach.
Poole Park Poole 3.9 mi away
#6 of 14 Nature & Parks in Poole
Excellent parking Feeding ducks and swans in the ponds Parks Indoor play centre Ice skating Parties for children Paddle boats and water activities Lovely walks around the park
A lovely family park, great picnic Area and boating lake ... play areas and cafes .. with swings and activities, crazy golf and ice rink .. miniature railway that has slot of History and if you like model boats th...
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Poole Harbour Poole 4.5 mi away
#5 of 14 Nature & Parks in Poole
Nature lover, nudist ( well down the road a bit) sailor, swimmer, sports enthusiast, family, young or young at heart, history and picnic lovers Poole Harbour has room for all, well after Sydney Harbour it's the 2n...
The Facilities around The Harbour are Excellent and access is easy to achieve Walking around From the Quay to Baiter Park was Really enjoyable
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The Coastal Activity Park
#11 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
The coastal activity park seems like a great idea.. it is always busy too with a lot of activities for the whole family.
Winton Recreational Ground
#12 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
clean, friendly park - lots of parking, winton is a very safe neighbourhood, friendly faces and really nice walk
Coy Pond Gardens Poole 1.2 mi away
#12 of 14 Nature & Parks in Poole
Oceanarium
#13 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bournemouth
Durdle Door & White Nothe Circular Walk West Lulworth 5.7 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in West Lulworth
You will be surprise with how mother nature created this beautiful Door ,the seen is amazed, the beach is clean and blue and you will see everything in the see,Great place to family and friends but in all a good p...
Your need stamina to reach durdle door but when you do the scenery is outstanding ,walk from lulworth cove rather than park in the car park at durdle door it is so worth the views
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Hamworthy Park Poole 5.3 mi away
#8 of 14 Nature & Parks in Poole
Excellent fun , lots to keep the kids entertained, splash pool is great and the park also , lots of room to run of steam ....
The park has plenty to offer for old and young folks,with activities for the kids and walks for us older generation,it is also good for wind surfing and launching small pleasure boats as the bay is almost all the...
Studland beach and Nature Reserve Studland Bay 5.9 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Studland Bay
Studland Bay National Nature Reserve, owned by the National Trust, consists of a variety of wildlife habitats: the shallow coastal waters, beach, sand dunes, heathland and a large freshwater lagoon.
Powdery white sand dunes for miles and miles, beautiful views of Old Harry's Rock and other islands or headlands on the horizon, all the facilities you need to make it easy - car park, bus access, cafe, loos, cano...
Whitecliff Recreation Ground Play Area Poole 3.0 mi away
#10 of 14 Nature & Parks in Poole
If you like ice creams the is a van that parks in the summer or u can walk a fee minutes to the new ice cream shop scoops in poole park a lovely place to enjoy a walk ,play and some lovely views too
It's possible to walk from here to Poole Quay via the shoreline path or into Poole Park, where there's a couple of lakes, a cafe, ice cream parlour, miniature steam train, toilets & 2 play areas, but that's a diff...
Mudeford Quay Highcliffe 6.4 mi away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Highcliffe
A quick ferry ride took us across to the sandbanks , where we enjoyed a lovely walk along the beach (dog friendly) and up around the nature reserve , taking in the fabulous views along the way.
So much fun, for anyone of age, the beach, the play park, catching crabs or lobsters, the cafe, the gift shop, kite flying, sailing, fishing...... there’s something for everyone!!
Upton Country Park Poole 5.7 mi away
#9 of 14 Nature & Parks in Poole
It's good and safe for dog walkers, health walkers - a lovely little Healthy Walkers' group meets near the loos at 12 noon every Friday for a reasonably gentle walk round the park, and is both popular and friendly.
Upton Country Park, definitely worth a visit, it is out of town, but lovely gardens and walks through the woods or along the coast line, also great little coffee shop serving homemade food.
Studland to Swanage Trail Studland Bay 5.8 mi away
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Studland Bay
RSPB Arne Arne 7.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Arne
Great place to see all types of wildlife and nature - deer, bird life, dragonflies, lizards, butterflies and lovely views.
Always friendly, massively informative and helpful, especially those in the welcome hut in the car park (Chris, Wayne and Cian I mean you here!).
Avon Beach Christchurch 6.7 mi away
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Christchurch
The car park is pay and display and once in the lovely, quaint beach everything you could need/want is there and very tastefully done: coffee shop with all coffee types; ice cream parlour with an amazing array of...
We tend to park on Mudeford Quay and stroll along the flat level path to the beach .... fabulous on a sunny day..... or even breezy winters day!!