About Deer Park Ponds, East Dorset

Name: Deer Park Ponds, East Dorset
Place type: Inland Water
Location: Grid Ref: SU 0518 1052 • X/Y co-ords: 405189, 110528 • Lat/Long: 50.8942,-1.9276055
District: East Dorset
County/Unitary Authority: Dorset
Region: South West
Country: England
Height: 62.8m
OS Explorer map: 118: Shaftesbury & Cranborne Chase

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OS routes near Deer Park Ponds, East Dorset

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Compton Abbas/ Fontmell Down/ Melbury Hill...
Walking route: 14.2km, Difficulty: Energetic

Cranborne - Pentridge - Cranborne
Walking route: 17.2km, Difficulty: Energetic

White Horse Ride
Other route: 50.6km, Difficulty: Moderate

High Corner Inn | High Corner Inn Circular
Walking route: 9.3km, Difficulty: Moderate

MTB - Moyles Court Circular Route 1
Other route: 42.6km, Difficulty: Energetic

Ashley area
Walking route: 13.3km, Difficulty: Moderate

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Places to stay nearby

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Bridge Farmhouse, in VERWOOD
Sleeps: 6, Bedrooms: 3

Attractive Dorset holiday cottage in rural location one mile from Verwood. River Crane runs past garden, ideal for relaxing. Ringwood 5 miles.

Endymion, in LINWOOD
Sleeps: 3, Bedrooms: 1

One of our cosy New Forest cottages, this single-storey timber lodge is an ideal romantic retreat with woodburner. Access to forest trails. Ringwood 5 miles.

The Chalet, in AVON HEATH COUNTRY PARK
Sleeps: 6, Bedrooms: 3

Lovely detached Ringwood cottage in Avon Heath Country Park, close to the New Forest. Delightful accommodation. Walks from the door. Ringwood 2 miles. Bournemouth 10 miles.

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