Fleet Pond

Fleet Pond, Fleet, Hampshire

Fleet Pond is the largest fresh water lake in Hampshire. The nature reserve has 54.6 hectares of varied habitats with the pond itself occupying about half this area. The pond was recorded in Saxon times as 'Fugelmere' supplying fish to the monks of St. Swithins at Winchester.

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  • "... to the station from Chestnut Grove, Wellington Ave and Kent Road." (1 tip)
  • Michael E.

    Good place to walk the dog, a bit of everything - large woods, fields and even a beach! Also quite good to cycle round, and a few jumps have been built near the car park.

    Michael E. · June 25, 2010
  • Barry P.

    Bird spotters will love it, Sunrise and Sunsets are nice too

    Barry P. · October 12, 2012
  • Adam Q.

    A nice quick shortcut to the station from Chestnut Grove, Wellington Ave and Kent Road.

    Adam Q. · September 17, 2012
  • Alec M.

    There's a cycle-able path around the eastern shore

    Alec M. · July 4, 2012
  • Chris H.

    Take bread for the ducks

    Chris H. · January 29, 2012

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