Take a walking tour of the village and its areas of historical interest, such as two medieval stone crosses and its 12th Century church. On street parking is available at The Landing, grid reference SE 65476 13132 or using What3words: delighted, immunity, rucksack
The countryside around Fishlake remains relatively untouched by modern agricultural development and is remarkably rich in wildlife. Take a stroll along the banks of the River Don across a landscape of low-lying meadows and damp pasture, criss-crossed by green lanes and drainage ditches. The network of hedgerows survives largely intact. Some are hundreds of years old and support a wide range of shrubs and trees.
Fishlake became an inland port, with a quayside on The Landing, once known locally as Cuthbert's Haven in memory of the spot where St Cuthbert's body was landed in the late 9th Century.