Sisland Carr

A short but perfectly formed little woodland near Loddon, just off the A146. Only about half a mile round, but great fun – trees to climb up, logs to walk over, leaves to kick, stumps to jump off and fairy doors!

Despite visiting in mid-winter after lots of wet weather, we were surprised at how good the surfaces were. Our wellies have been needed on almost every walk recently, but the pine needles and leaves seem to have helped keep this pretty firm. I think most buggies would be okay here.  There is a kissing gate at the beginning, but it has a wide chamber so shouldn’t be a barrier.

The only downside was the track leading to the car park – about half a mile of very deep pot-holed surfaces – so drive carefully.

🌿 Start point/Parking: I plugged “Sisland Carr” into Google Maps and the ‘directions’ option took me there; what3words: ///yoga.loudly.ooze

🌿 Length of walk: 0.5 miles

🌿 Accessibility: Pushchairs should be ok

🌿 Toilets/baby change: No – nearest public toilets in Loddon a short drive away

🌿 Seating: No but fallen trees/stumps

🌿 Picnic area: No

🌿 Play area: No – a good one in Chedgrave or Brooke

🌿 Food & drink: Cafes and pubs in Chedgrave and Loddon

🌿 Dogs: Yes – we saw some off lead

🌿 Opening times: Never closes

🌿 Entrance fee: Free

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Posted in Dogs allowed, Pushchair walk, South Norfolk, Woodland Walks.

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