Official Tourism Website for Hampshire
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Hampshire's country parks and nature reserves offer a fantastic day out and things to do for all the family, with picnic sites, play areas, visitor centres, nature trails and plenty of fresh air.
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Queen Elizabeth Country Park
The biggest of all Hampshire's country parks, Queen Elizabeth is a mecca for walkers and cyclists with an excellent visitor centre and great views from the top of Butser Hill.
Staunton Country Park
1,000 acres of landscaped parkland with ornamental lake, woodland and follies near Havant. Paid entry to the ornamental farm, gardens and glasshouses.
Alice Holt Country Park
Situated near Farnham on the Hampshire/Surrey border, there are plenty of walking and cycling trails. It's also home to Go Ape! where you can swing through the forest on a high wire course.
Royal Victoria Country Park
Overlooking Southampton Water on the site of a former military hospital, Royal Victoria in Netley is popular with families and has a large calendar of events, miniature railway and tea shop.
Manor Farm Country Park
On the banks of the River Hamble near Botley, Manor Farm offers 400 acres of woodland and open space. Step back in time and visit the Victorian working farm, complete with school room and blacksmith's forge.
Lepe Country Park
Coastal country park with great views of the Isle of Wight. 5 mile circular walk with views over the Beaulieu Estuary. A D-Day audio trail available. Café, BBQ hire and play area.
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