Frensham Little Pond

Important notice -

Warning: Blue-green algae may be present in the Little Pond. As a precaution please do not enter or allow animals in the water as the algae is toxic and potentially harmful.

Bishops fish pond amidst stunning heathland and abundant wildlife

More about this place

Family looking at nature

50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾ at Frensham Little Pond 

Our list of 50 things will set you on your way to many great outdoor adventures. You can complete loads of the activities here - build a den in our woods, find a huge hollow tree to peek inside or bird watching...

Family walking dog in woods

Dog walking on the Surrey Hills 

We welcome responsible dog owners to the Surrey Hills countryside and look forward to meeting you. Follow our tips to help you and your hound enjoy your visit with us.

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A nightjar, a rare ground-nesting bird, held by a ranger at night

The pond and beyond 

Learn about all of the different wildlife that has come to call our pond its home and see how you can help to preserve it by doing some really simple things.

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The Tern cafe and staff

Refreshments at Frensham Little Pond 

Whether you fancy cake or coffee or a revitalising snack, our café will have something to tempt you (we're currently open every day).

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Our work

Frensham Little Pond in Surrey

Returning Frensham to nature 

Our pond has come along way since it's military days, and, with a lot of work, it's been reclaimed as a sanctuary for wildlife.

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Get involved

Volunteer rangers at Frensham Little Pond Surrey

Volunteer with us 

We always welcome volunteers who love the outdoors, plus it's a great way to make new friends and learn new skills.