Eastville Park

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Eastville Park is an example of a grand Victorian city park. It is also well known for its splendid lake surrounded by wildlife areas. It is popular with bird watchers, with wildfowl and waterfowl on the lake, and kingfishers, dragonflies and damselflies on the weir. The park is also home to foxes and badgers. You may also see bats taking insects above the lake on summer evenings.

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Fishing

Fishing is permitted at the lake in Eastville Park, but only within the designated areas marked on the path around the lake. Individuals should have an Environment Agency rod licence and are subject to the agency's regulations. Spot checks for licences are carried out periodically.

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Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

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