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Fairhaven Lake is one of the borough's most popular attractions. Nestled between Lytham and St Anne's, a salt water lake, positioned directly on the coast next to Granny's Bay and Stanner Bank. Enjoy the many recreational facilities provided...more
Inner Promenade, Lytham St Anne's FY8 1BD, England
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Fairhaven Lake is situated between Lytham and St Anne’s. There is a smooth, tarmac, path all the way around the Lake. It is sheltered from the winds coming off the sea by trees and the sea wall. There are benches to sit on and also...More
I live within walking distance so am often walking round with the dog. Such a beautiful, tranquil area at any time of year. Lovely cafe which allows dogs if not too busy. An RSPB shop and info centre next door. Boats for hire depending on...More
Loved this walking area, very interesting history on the Spitfire at the far end, A couple of steep paths to go up or run down! Nice café as well, Good view of the sea from the grassy bank. A great place for a sunny days...More
We have visited this lake many times and always enjoy it. It is great at all times of year. There are ducks swans geese and moorhens around, boats in the summer, trips on the larger boat in summer and plenty of benches to sit on....More
Fairhaven Lake is great, yes it’s changed since 1987 when there was proper boating! But now, The Pirates Cove is great, the kids love it. The cafe is average but this review is all about entertainment and Fairhaven is great.
Fairhaven Lake is a must for anyone that just wants to have a leisurely stroll around the lake, watching the birdlife and small boats on the lake, there is a bowling green and tennis courts for the more active and a good play area for...More
I absolutely love going here no matter what the weather is like. It's a lovely place to have a wander round, go on the boats and play in the park. Can quite happily spend all day here and not get tired of it.
We were doing a whistle stop look around Lytham St Annes and among other places had a walk around the park. Mostly because I wanted to go and see the Spitfire on display that I had seen driving by while at work once, but also...More