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Lee Valley Park
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Waltham Abbey
Essex

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If you enjoy wildlife, sport, countryside, heritage, fantastic open spaces with great places to stay, then the Lee Valley Regional Park is the place for you. The Park is a regional destination for sport and leisure and stretches for 42kms (26 miles) between Ware in Hertfordshire, through Essex to the River Thames at East India Dock Basin and provides leisure activities which suit all ages, tastes and abilities.

The Park is 4,000 hectares (10,000 acres) and runs both sides of the River Lee, its unique natural features have been shaped by a mosaic of countryside areas, urban green spaces, heritage sites, country parks, nature reserves and lake and riverside trails, plus some excellent sports and recreation centres.

For more information all about the Park and what you can do call 01992 702 200 or visit our website

Facilities, activities and sites include:
Ice Centre, Gardens, Riding Centre, Golf Courses, Nature Reserves, Parks, Fishing River, Farms, Boat Hire, Cycling – including bike hire, 3 campsites and 1 YHA, Heritage sites, Birdwatching, Marinas, Walking, Athletics Centre

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Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Admission Price: Free

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