Kingsbury Water Park was a major leisure facility with more than 30 lakes and pools. There were activities such as sailing, windsurfing, fishing and hosre-riding. Also there several hides to spot of birding.
The village of Kingsbury sits on a hill overlooking this wonderland of water. Had to obtain a day permit before you are able to fish in these lakes. The wildlife birds lying on the the grassland enjoying their nap.
The lake here was so peaceful and the water look so silky smooth. With the sun goes down on a different pool and the lake look calm with blue sky. We don't feel lonely or quiet and time just stay still around these lakes.
Walking along the lake we can see that the blue sky with white clouds were reflected on the water. Beautiful reflections of trees and clouds on the blue water. The lake became so colourful.
Further up we came a split road which lead to a oak trees forest where we can spot the wild life. We didn't follow this track instead we followed a footbridge which took us to a miniature railway with children playground. The visitors centre and some of the attractions were closed to public due to the lateness.
We decided to pack up as the whole place became dark with only a few people enjoying themselves fishing. Walked back to the same path back to our car park and the sun set on the lake and it gave the lake a different colourful reflections instead of green,brown and blue colours. The lake was brighten by the sun set.
So instead of rushing back home we were busy snapping our camera happily and trying to get as much shots as possible before the sun totally disappeared.
This park was so beautiful it was difficult for me to describe it to justify it beauty. It was so lovely and you can sit near the lake and enjoyed reading a book with the soothing water sound and the birds singing around you.
Scored for this place : 5 stars
Photos were taken by Robert Suen and myself
Date we visited the place: 10.4.2012