Hammond's Pond (Carlisle) Reviews
Description:Address: Carlisle / Cumbria / England
Newest Review: ... either side allowing the water to flow underneath. The area surrounding the pond is naturally wild and green with lots of trees. It's pretty at anytime of year, however I particularly like it in Autumn (as seen in the picture at the top of the page). With large trees overhanging each other it has a woodland feel to it and is a lovely stroll for walkers and dog owners. At a very leisurely pace ... more
Customer Hammond's Pond (Carlisle) Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/09/09, updated on 13/09/09 (Very useful, 215 readings)
As if having the Lake District, South West Scottish Coast and Hadrian's Wall Country all within a stones throw away isn't lucky enough for us here in Carlisle, we also have 2 spectacular parks in the city. One, Bitts Park, sits in the city centre on the banks of the river Eden, while the other hides on the outskirts of a council estate. Hammond's Pond can be found on the South side of the city, just past the Upperby estate and opposite Carlisle race course. It really is quite surprisingly beautiful and scenic, with plenty of facilities, and for various reasons the one I favour most. ******************** About Hammond's ... Read the complete review
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