• Poole Dorset Local Amenities
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Local Amenities & Places to Visit

  • Brownsea Island:  a short boat ride from Poole to this idyllic National Trust owned island with its own Peacocks and rare red squirrel population – 
great for family days out and picnics
  • Poole Quay & Marina – public moorings, trendy bars, fine dining restaurants, traditional eateries and old English maritime pubs
  • Branksome Beach and Chine: spectacular walks through to the award winning Sandbanks beaches
  • Poole Park: boating lake, tennis courts, bowling greens, children’s indoor and outdoor play areas, swans, geese, picnic areas, restaurants, café and even a small ice rink
  • Whitecliff: boat moorings, large green expanse for walking/dog walking, ball games, riding bikes, fabulous childrens play park, picnic areas
  • Evening Hill: uninterrupted views across Sandbanks, Poole and beyond
  • Salterns Marina: hotel, chandlery, bar, restaurant
  • North Haven Yacht Club: floating moorings, clubhouse
  • Haven Hotel: restaurant, superb rooms with balcony views towards Swanage, Studland and The Purbecks
  • Royal Motor Yacht Club: accommodation, private clubhouse and private slipway
  • Swanage/Studland/Purbecks/Corfe Castle:  traditional village shops, cafes, walking and cycling routes, stunning beaches
  • Old Harry Rocks: admire and sail around these famous giant rocks emerging from the sea
  • Parkstone Golf Club: members club, top class greens and fairways
  • Canford Cliffs Village: shops, cafes, banks, restaurants and deli
  • Compton Acres Gardens: restaurant, tea rooms, beautiful gardens to admire
  • New Forest (National Park): walker’s paradise with picnic areas, acres of beautiful protected countryside inhabited by the Forest’s own ponies and huge range of wildlife
  • Branksome Park Tennis & Bowling Club.