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Is there a play park at Grafham Water?

Is there a play park at Grafham Water?

There are well-equipped outdoor play areas at the Marlow and Mander car parks, so they’ll be happy for hours.

How long does it take to walk around Grafham Water?

Price: Free

Length: 8.9 miles
Surface: Moderate
Difficulty: Easy
Average Duration: 4 hrs 34 mins

Where is Grafham Water located?

Just a few short miles from Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire, Grafham Water, England’s third largest reservoir can be found nestled in 1500 acres of beautiful countryside. Grafham Water has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest for over 30 years.

Who owns Grafham Water?

Anglian Water

Grafham Water
Managing agency Anglian Water
Built 1965
Max. length 4.3 km (2.7 mi)
Max. width 2.35 km (1.46 mi)

Is there a village under Grafham Water?

Grafham, situated just over five miles from Huntingdon, is a unique village that offers a real escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. That’s because it’s home to Grafham Water – England’s third-largest reservoir that is nested in 1,500 acres of stunning countryside.

Is the cafe at Grafham Water Open?

Opening Times 1st November to 31st January* – 08:00 to 15:00. 1st February to 28th February – 10:00 to 15:00. 1st March to 31st September – 08:00 to 17:00. *Closed on Christmas Day.

Can you walk all the way around Grafham Water?

Can I walk around the reservoir? Yes. We’ve got nine miles of tracks skirting the banks and following all the inlets and coves.

How long is Grafham Water Cycle route?

10 miles
With 10 miles of glorious traffic-free waterside trails, Grafham Water is Cambridgeshire’s prettiest and best kept secret.

Can you sup at Grafham Water?

Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) is a new sport which is growing from strength to strength and is becoming extremely popular which is why we’ve given you more opportunities to try this sport at Grafham Water Centre this year!. It is great fun and is good for improving your fitness and agility.

Is there a church under Grafham Water?

The land rises from the brook, where it is about 90 ft. above sea-level, to about 189 ft. at Grafham village on the north side of the brook, and to 182 ft at East Perry on the south side. The church is on the south side of the village, and to the north of it is the Rectory.

Why did they flood Rutland Water?

The Rutland Water reservoir was officially opened in 1976 after two villages were controversially flooded to create it. When the dam was built it submerged the villages of Middle and Nether Hambleton at the eastern end of the Gwash valley near Stamford.

Does Grafham Water have a cafe?

Grafham Visitor Centre and CafĂ© Situated in the Marlow car park, there’s a large outdoor patio and a wide selection of hot and cold snacks. And ice cream lovers are spoilt for choice, with 24 different flavours available.

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