Queen Elizabeth Country Park (Hampshire)) Reviews
Description:Address: Gravel Hill, Horndean PO8 0QE.
Newest Review: ... footprint painted on it. There are other signposts too, some of them quite a bit older, as the some of the paths form part of the South Downs Way and other longer walks. One or two of the routes are suitable for cars, but most of the trails are footpaths. On the whole they are broad and make for easy walking; there were, however, one or two muddy patches even though the weather had been dry ... more
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by - written on 07/03/12 (Very useful, 149 readings)
On an unusually mild Saturday afternoon in January, when there was even a little sunshine, we decided to visit Queen Elizabeth Country Park, not far south of the Hampshire town of Petersfield. The park covers around 1,400 acres of downland and woodland within the South Downs National Park. It opened in 1976, although I can well remember going for walks on Butser Hill and through the forests of Holt Down and War Down as a child, and they now make up the main areas of the park. Situated right beside the A3 Portsmouth to London road and clearly sign-posted, the country park is not difficult to find. At about 2pm it was easy to find a space in the car park, but bear in mind . Read the complete review