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Lee Valley Regional Park

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Lee Hendon Wood Lane | Lee Valley, London NW7 4HS, England
+44 300 003 0610
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White water rafting

Such a great time with ADAM our leader. Best day in a very long time. Top man. Top Experience... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Nicky S
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England, United Kingdom
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Excellent off road family cycling

What a lovely place to visit. We parked at The White Water Centre which was easy to find and free... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2017
Justine P
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Burnham-on-Crouch, United Kingdom
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The Lee Valley Regional Park stretches over 10,000 acres and winds its way 26 miles along the banks of the River Lee from Ware in Hertfordshire, down through Essex, North London, past Olympic Park to East India Dock Basin on the River Thames.Lee Valley is a wonderful destination with a fantastic mix of nature, sport and leisure venues, heritage sites, gardens parklands and riverside trails – all waiting to be discovered.
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Lee Hendon Wood Lane | Lee Valley, London NW7 4HS, England
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Such a great time with ADAM our leader. Best day in a very long time. Top man. Top Experience. Thank you Adam for making it so good x

Thank Nicky S
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

What a lovely place to visit. We parked at The White Water Centre which was easy to find and free. There is ample parking. From there we took various cycle friendly paths around the park. It is vast and you can cycle all the way...More

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VisitLeeValley, Manager at Lee Valley Regional Park, responded to this reviewResponded 24 May 2017

Thanks for your wonderful review! We’re pleased you enjoyed your time in the Lee Valley and hope to see you again very soon for more exploring. You can check out even more walking and cycle routes on our website.

Reviewed 16 February 2017

Having lived in London for over forty five years, how dare I not have visited Lee Valley Park? This visit made in January this year (2017) was with a bird watching group. More than a sanctuary, this area is haven of peace, tranquillity, interest and...More

Thank gladys70
VisitLeeValley, Manager at Lee Valley Regional Park, responded to this reviewResponded 24 May 2017

Thanks for your great review! It’s great to hear you enjoyed your visit and saw an array of wildlife around our open spaces. We look forward to seeing you again for more adventures – all walking, running and cycle routes can be found on our...More

Reviewed 12 October 2016

We just discovered Lee Valley Regional Park this summer despite living in Hertfordshire for 32 years and I am so glad we did. The park runs from Ware down to the Thames in London and takes in quite a few different landscapes from country to...More

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VisitLeeValley, Manager at Lee Valley Regional Park, responded to this reviewResponded 18 October 2016

Thank you for a great review. We’re glad to hear that you enjoyed your time in Lee Valley Regional Park over the summer and hope to see you again soon.

Reviewed 27 September 2016

Lovely place to spend some time, cannot believe its so near London. Lots to do, walking, kids climbing areas, canal, lakes, Frisbee course.

Thank LucyDoll
VisitLeeValley, Manager at Lee Valley Regional Park, responded to this reviewResponded 18 October 2016

Thank you for your review. We’re pleased that you enjoyed your time in the Lee Valley exploring everything we have to offer and hope to see you again soon.

Reviewed 11 September 2016

It's such a pretty park to walk around - plenty to do and lots of space to play. Paths are well marked out.

Thank Carolyn H
VisitLeeValley, Manager at Lee Valley Regional Park, responded to this reviewResponded 18 October 2016

Thank you for your review. It’s great to hear that you had a good time in our open space and look forward to hearing about your future visits too!

Reviewed 30 August 2016

The Park is vast stretching from The Queen elizabeth Park..though you can navigate to the estuary @ Blackwall..to Hertford.. .The adjacent Railway line to cambridge provide repsite..with busy weekends livend with the occaisionalice-ceam and burger van Plan your journey..popular but thin riverside at broxbourne et...More

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VisitLeeValley, Manager at Lee Valley Regional Park, responded to this reviewResponded 9 September 2016

Thank you for your recent review. We’re glad to hear from you and hope to see you again soon.

Reviewed 27 August 2016

Toni from Brazil was our amazing instructor, he is very professional and safety conscious but made sure we all had a fantastic experience . Such a great day out, will difinately be back. Thank you Toni and the team .

Thank nico565
VisitLeeValley, Manager at Lee Valley Regional Park, responded to this reviewResponded 9 September 2016

Thanks for a great response on your experience of white water rafting. We’re happy to hear that our staff acted in a professional manor and gave you a spectacular adventure. We look forward to seeing you again with your friends and family!

Reviewed 23 August 2016

So much too see and do in this lovely park. The lakes aree speciffically beautiful all year round. There are woods and wild flowers, fishing, boating, whit water rafter, biking and refrshments in various locations. Wild life is in abundance.

Thank Jacqui F
VisitLeeValley, Manager at Lee Valley Regional Park, responded to this reviewResponded 9 September 2016

Thanks for your recent review. It’s lovely to hear that you have enjoyed our outdoor space, especially the lake and look forward to seeing you again to discover more of the park!

Reviewed 18 August 2016

The lee Valley has to be one of the most understated 'Park' in the UK. It's the great outdoors made easy. Great for exploring with or without kids/dogs/friends/etc there's even proper paths for those who don't like walking on anything else! Easily accessible to all,...More

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VisitLeeValley, Manager at Lee Valley Regional Park, responded to this reviewResponded 9 September 2016

Thanks for your great review of Lee Valley Regional Park. We’re glad that you have enjoyed our outdoor space and found it easily accessible to enter. As you said there is a lot more to explore so we look forward to seeing you again.

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LondonKatie22
30 May 2017|
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Response from gladys70 | Reviewed this property |
We went by train to Cheshunt. The Cheshunt entrance has a car park. We did a complete circular route from the Cheshunt entrance && return, which gives the best of all worlds scenically, and, if you have time for birding... More
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manman2015
27 December 2016|
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Response from VisitLeeValley | Property representative |
Hi, thank you for your question. Lee Valley Regional Park is stretched across 10,000 acres with a range of nature reserves and open spaces to explore. Please visit our website and select which part of the park you’d like to... More
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JanCun
30 March 2016|
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Response from VisitLeeValley | Property representative |
Hi, thank you for your question. We would suggest using the Fishers Green car park and crossing the river to the path around 70 Acres lake. The whole loop is accessible and there are three sculptures along the route as well... More
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