The Cleveland Lakes Nature Reserve is the largest nature park in the Cotsworld Water Park, and guarantees a thrilling experience here. Nothing but the word 'perfect' can describe the setting at this distinguished nature park. The water here is known to be of very high quality, possessing several nutrients which have made the vegetation here extremely alluring. Other than the rich green patch, the place does boast of inhabiting the most exceptional wildlife. The water vole and the otter rule the place in combination with a number of birds and flies.
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Cleveland Lakes Nature Reserve Reviews & Ratings
Hidden gem. Lovely walk. Lots of nature including a bird watching hut. Some very creative seating areas. 24hr parking only £5. Tho if you are looking to stay the night there is a barrier. So only small campers will be able to access it.
Peaceful, full of bird song and nature
Very peaceful and relaxing lovely walk
Lovely long walk around the lakes. Plenty of wildlife; birds and butterflies to spot.
Ok place to walk the dog. Can't see much of the lakes,as the path takes you between two lines of trees. Not that much sign of wildlife probably as the lakes have a stoney base so no water plants grow there. It's all a bit barren. Waste of public money to be honest. The paths have areas where they are muddy as horses have been allowed to walk here with no pressure on the riders to take responsibility for the damage their animals have caused. Dog owners have to clean up their mess of course. I feel this whole area couldve been put to better use with a little imagination.