Hoveton Great Broad
Hoveton Great Broad is one of the largest yet most secret lakes in The Broads. It's a key part of an internationally-important wetland landscape..... created entirely by man!
Laid out by renowned conservationist Dr. Martin George in 1968, our nature trail winds it’s way through some of the most unspoilt alder woodland in the whole of The Broads. This is the perfect place to learn about the landscape of The Broads, spot rare wildlife or simply unwind and escape the hubbub of daily life.
Our £4.5 million lake restoration project is one of the most ambitious of its type undertaken in the country! Taking the lessons of previous projects in the broads and applying novel techniques and cutting-edge technology, we aim to transform 37 hectares of lifeless lake into an idyllic aquatic haven for wildlife.