Richmond Park is well known for its grassy wide open spaces and wild deer’s roaming free in sections of the land. The park was created by Charles I back in the 17th century, and it is the largest of the eight Royal Parks in London covering a total a huge area of 2,500 acres. As a national nature reserve it is able to sustain a strong selection of rare species of birds, beetles, bats, fungi, wildflowers and grasses.
With so much land on offer, Richmond Park is a hugely popular get away from the grit and grime of the built up urban landscape. The Isabella Plantation woodland area allows people to wonder in the depths of the trees, or they can try their hand at horse riding, golfing, or even hire a bike and head off to explore the Tamsin Trail.
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