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Went on one of the hottest days of the year so far so lots of people around, didn't feel crowded though. The pool is Halloween and lovely for small kids and bigger kids alike. The playpark was well equipped and maintained.
Word to the wise,...More
I visited here yesterday in the lovely heat and sunshine. People were swimming or paddling canoes and kayaks. I sat and read a book and people watched and watched the ducks and geese. Absolutely beautiful!
There are loads of walks and cycle paths and a...More
A pleasant small park, with well maintained paths throughout , comprising a large mowed grass area, shrubberies , and planted areas plus tennis courts. It's just minutes from the city centre, and the Cam, but feels like a different tranquil world. There are benches to...More
Lovely walk near the city centre of Cambridge very peaceful
Park trees river there's a paddling pool open in the summer and a wonderful kiosk serving fresh coffee ice cream and snacks
Take walk away from the city have a coffee watch punts go down...More
My son and I really enjoyed the park and the pool. Overall it was very clean. The small shop was reasonably priced. The play area was suitable for toddlers- teens. There was a real wasp issue around the pool and park which made it difficult...More
Sheeps Green is a picturesque and wild water meadow along the River Cam wirth a few places to sit and some mowed paths. Great for a pic nic. Lammas Land is a more formal open space nearby with tennis courts a great adventure playground as...More
This is a great park with lots of open space for ball games and picnics, plentiful and interesting play equipment and a splash pool. There is also a good kiosk selling ice creams, hot drinks and inflatables for the pool all at a reasonable price....More
Lammas Land is a place of indefinable niceness. It is situated in a particularly genteel and civilised part of Cambridge. Perhaps the Bloomsbury Set strolled along the riverbank here, or Ted Hughes sat under the willows and dashed off words poetical, or C S Lewis...More
Fantastic place for all kids, loads of swings, slides and other climbing activities for kids. Only down side is there is not a smaller paddling pool for younger babies.
However my 2 and a half year old boy loved it..
There aren't many play parks you would want to stay in for more than an hour, but this one just has so many different things for the kids to discover that we stayed for 4 hours!
It's an easy 10 minute walk from the Mill...More