Swindon’s Coate Water loop

Walks, England, Wiltshire, Swindon

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  • Enter the park on foot from Marlborough Road and head towards the lake.

    Step 1: Enter the park on foot from Marlborough Road and head towards the lake.

  • You’ll arrive at the lake and see the diving platform ahead.  There are toilets and a cafe to the right.

    Step 2: You’ll arrive at the lake and see the diving platform ahead. There are toilets and a cafe to the right.

  • Turn left and start the clockwise loop of the lake.

    Step 3: Turn left and start the clockwise loop of the lake.

  • You’ll pass the signpost to the Richard Jefferies Museum.  There’s also a model railway that operates every Sunday.

    Step 4: You’ll pass the signpost to the Richard Jefferies Museum. There’s also a model railway that operates every Sunday.

  • Step 5: Keep following the paved path clockwise

  • You’ll pass the Garden of reflection, created in 2022 as a pollinator and place to immerse yourself in nature.

    Step 6: You’ll pass the Garden of reflection, created in 2022 as a pollinator and place to immerse yourself in nature.

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