Fleet can be reached from London and Southampton via the M3 Motorway, the nearest junction being 4A. Its main road, Fleet Road, runs through the town center from south-west to north-east. Fleet station is on the London (Waterloo) to Southampton main train line. The train service is run by South West Trains. Journey time to Waterloo is about 50 minutes however express trains do the journey in under 40 minutes. There are small airports nearby at Blackbushe and Farnborough. The Basingstoke Canal connects Fleet to Basingstoke and, in the other direction, London via the river Wey navigation. The Fleet Pond Nature Reserve is a notable beauty spot on the northern edge of the town. The 'pond' itself is in fact the largest freshwater lake in Hampshire. Areas and suburbs of the town are Pondtail, Ancells Farm and Elvetham Heath. The villages of Crookham Village and Church Crookham have also grown to be contiguous with the town. Immediately surrounding the town are the villages of Winchfield, Dogmersfield, Crondall, Ewshot, and Hartley Wintney.