Fleet Pond

About Fleet Pond

Fleet Pond is the largest freshwater lake in Hampshire and the nature reserve has 54.6 hectares (141 acres) of varied habitats. The pond itself occupies approximately half of this area. The surrounding land features heathland, woodland, reedbed and marsh, and is home for many species of birds, butterflies, dragonflies and wild flowers. Fleet Pond is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI.)

***PLEASE NOTE - TOXIC BLUE GREEN ALGAE has been confirmed at Fleet Pond. Please do not allow animals or children into the water, and if they enter unintentionally, ensure that residue is washed from skin/fur promptly*** Dated 10/07/2017

The area is managed by the Hart District Council Countryside Ranger Service in partnership with the Fleet Pond Society which provides generous support to the Countryside Rangers as well as offering exciting volunteer opportunities for the local community.

All schools and uniformed groups must contact the education ranger before their visit.

The Fleet Pond Restoration project has run for six years, and with thanks to all of the organisations involved we look forward to the rewards of the hard work undertaken. Studies over the next year will give an insight into how the pond is developing as a habitat, and reveal a direction as to where to go with it's management in the future.

The site's main car park is situated just off of Cove Road (A3012) it is FREE to park here. There is a height restriction of 2.1m.

Fleet Train Station car park can also be used and has quick access to the site. However this is charged.

For advice on disabled parking and access please call the rangers on 01252 623443. Surfaced paths make access easy for wheelchairs, push chairs and bicycles.

Fleet Pond also has a designated picnic area.

If you intend on POND DIPPING or FISHING using your own equipment at Fleet Pond please make sure you help us STOP THE SPREAD. All organised and school groups must contact the education ranger on 01252 623443. Click on our educations poster to find out more.

The fishing season is now OPEN until March 14th 2018.

 Please keep dogs under close control.

Fishing and boating policy

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