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Northamptonshire Country Parks. Woodland walks, reservoir views, play
areas, cafes, each country park has its own unique character.
Spot a Kingfisher, try to catch a huge carp, or simply take a lakeside stroll or relax with coffee and cake on the lakeside deck at the Kingfisher Cafe.
There is 14 miles of walking and cycle track through the beautiful countryside from Northampton to Market Harborough for you to discover.
Within the countryside you can cycle the 7 miles around Pitsford Water then reward yourself at the willow tree café or just picnic and relax in the sensory garden.
Home to nationally rare butterflies where you can ramble through the ancient Rockingham Forest, enjoy a homemade cake at the Skylark Café, or help your children follow the quirky wild play trail.
From Irchester to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, discover the story of Irchester’s Ironstone history, find the dinosaur in the woods, tackle the high ropes courses and much more. View our list of 30 things to do at Irchester Country Park to plan your day at the park.
Discover the beautiful Edwardian reservoir buildings, the stunning lakeside walk, the unique badger tunnel, the sand and water play area and the indoor soft play area.
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Thanks to everyone who came to our great 'What Lurks Beneath?' pond dipping event today. We had a wonderful time searching under the water and caught...
about 4 days ago
Wow, what an AMAZING day. Thanks to everyone who came to our great 'What Lurks Beneath?' pond dipping event today. We had a wonderful time searching...
about 5 days ago
Thanks to everyone who came to our great 'Walking with Dinosaurs' event today and last week. We had great fun searching for the footprints and solvin...
RT @alanthetortoise: Kingfisher #Northantsbirds at Barnwell CP this afternoon. https://t.co/LdDJW4AOSo
RT @butterflydoug1: Two Small Coppers still on the wing at Sywell CP this morning, equalling my latest ever sighting date back in 1995. @da…
RT @walpolec: Very pleased to encounter this pair at Sywell CP this afternoon! @dave_b_james @BedsNthantsBC https://t.co/vOjZcyKebq