- Wetland Wander 2020
- Turnford Brook Car Park
- St Clement Turnford,
- Sunday, 19 July 2020
- Starts at 11am
Join one of our volunteer walk leaders to explore the historical and scenic landscapes of the River Lee Country Park.
You will see the reed bed creation of 70 Acres Lake and learn about the gravel extraction that created these lakes. Wildlife will be all around and many of summer migrants will be in full breeding mode. If you are really lucky you might see the elusive Kingfishers which are common but rarely seen - you may hear their high pitched call before you see one flash past along the river bank or over the lake. Warblers will be singing and there may be many dragonflies on this lovely summer walk.
> The length of this walk is 6.4km (3.9 miles) and can take between 2 to 3 hours
> The meeting point for this walk is Turnford Brook car park which is off of Cheshunt Wash by St Clements Church.
> Grid ref. TL3657203709
> Nearest postcode: EN8 0XH
> Free Parking
> Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a lead
> Wear suitable clothing and footwear for the walk.
> Please bring water and snacks to keep you energised
> Bring some binoculars to really see the beauty and wildlife around you.
By bus: 310 stops on Cheshunt Wash and the car park is 1 minute walk away.
By train: the nearest station is Cheshunt, it is then a pleasant two mile walk through River Lee Country Park.
By Car: Car parking, access via Cheshunt Wash.