From Visit Hampshire:
Fleet Pond is the largest freshwater lake in Hampshire. The nature reserve has 141 acres of varied habitats including heathland, woodland, reedbed and marsh, and is home for many species of birds. This walk takes a full circuit of Fleet Pond and offers excellent views. The path crosses Brookly Stream, one of the two feeder streams into the lake and passed by the oldest section of Fleet Pond’s woodlands which has good specimens of oak and Scots pine. The perfect walk for capturing those autumnal colours on your camera.
Route distance: 2.5 miles
Start point: Fleet Pond Car Park
You can find detailed information on a variety of walks around Fleet Pond here.
If you’re taking your camera, why not consider entering the Fleet Pond Society photographic competition? The theme this year is
‘Beauty and the not so…’
See here for competition details.