Nene Park

Sunday 9th July 2017.

After providing breakfast for several family members we packed up and moved Homer to a parking space near to the entrance to the camp site, we then went off with the family to have lunch and enjoy the pleasures of Nene Park.

The Ferry Meadows camp site is just part of the Nene Park, it also encompasses a hotel, golf courses, garden centre, a railway station which is serviced by Nene Valley Steam Railway and Nene Park itself.

 
Nene Park is a country park on the outskirts of Peterborough in Cambridgeshire and opened in 1978, it provides a hub of activity for everyone, you can walk, jog and cycling around its extensive grounds. There’s opportunity for sailing and fishing  and you can hire canoes and pedalos.


Running through part of the park is a miniature steam railway.


There are play areas for the children and it is an excellent spot for family gatherings, picnics, bbq’s etc, there are also cafes for those who don’t take their own food.


A wonderful place to spend a sunny weekend.

The time came to say our farewell to all our remaining weekend Bash members and then we drove home covering the 107 miles in two and a half hours.

Cambridgeshire is now our third county on the tick off list,

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