The Broads National Park
The Broads National Park is England’s largest protected wetland and offers scenic waterways that are home to rare wildlife. Its rich history and irreplaceable ecosystems create a special place for visitors to interact with its flourishing community. Ever since the flooded man-made waterways built by peat digging produced this ecological treasure, The Broads has existed as the third largest inland waterway. The Broads Authority’s conservation efforts now cater to the plants and animals that infiltrated this region, enabling recreation while also caring for the park’s waterways. Market towns and villages decorate The Broads from the woodlands to the waters, and it is the only national park in England to stretch to the outskirts of a city. The Broads encompasses many preserved habitats, such as fen, carr woodland and grazing marshes, which entertain visitors and community members. Guests are encouraged to discover the park’s biodiversity through flat footpaths and cycle paths, while sailing, boating and fishing are also exciting ways to explore the grounds.