The Pond is to the north of Fleet, just south of the railway line (SU 820 550, OS Landranger 186). It’s accessed from various roads in the Pondtail area of Fleet, the station car park and off Cove Road.
Access to the main car park is via the narrow, brick railway bridge off the Cove Road (A3012/3). There is a brown duck sign at the junction. Cross the bridge and turn right. The car park is 400 metres down a gravel track. There is a height restriction of 2.1m at the entrance.
The train station car park can also be used and has quick access to the Pond. However this is charged Monday-Saturday.
Surfaced paths make access easy for wheelchairs, pushchairs and bicycles.
For advise on disabled parking and access please call the Hart District Council rangers on 01252 623443
By road, exit the M3 at junction 4a and follow the signs to Fleet until you see the brown sign ‘Fleet Pond’
By rail, exit at Fleet railway station, which is on one of the main lines into London Waterloo. Fleet Pond can be accessed through the station car park.
Walking, from Fleet Town Centre, walk down Fleet Road towards the Fleet station.
Google Map Location of Fleet Pond – Get directions, see it in context of Fleet and roads and rail links.
With all the changes going on the old ‘interactive’ map is now a bit out of date, so we’ve added the latest map showing the new islands created as part of the Clearwater Campaign.
In time we will update this map with views from various points too, but in the meantime the old interactive map remains to give you an idea of the views around the Pond.