How long is the walk around Clumber Park?

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Distance 3½ miles (5.6km)
Minimum time 2¼ hours
Total ascent 237 ft (73m)
Level of difficulty Easy
Paths Well defined paths & along the lake

Can you walk around Clumber Park?

Take a stroll to uncover Clumber’s past and enjoy a little wildlife spotting along the way or head off on a longer walk to the quieter parts of the estate, though woodland and by the lakeside.

Can you cycle in Clumber Park?

Getting active and out and about on your bike is the perfect way to experience the diversity of Clumber Park more easily. Our Cycle Hub has reopened and bikes can be hired each weekend and throughout school holidays, 10am – 5pm.

Do you have to pay for parking at Clumber Park?

Parking is available near the main visitor facilities and by the Walled Kitchen Garden and is clearly signed. All parking is included in your entry fee and free to National Trust members. Toilets in the main visitor facilities, by Central Bark and in Hardwick Village.

Can you get into Clumber Park for free?

Entry to the Walled Kitchen Garden and Glasshouse is now free to all National Trust members and anyone who pays to enter the park. Entry for cyclists and pedestrians FREE.

Do you have to book at Clumber Park?

There is no need to book your visit to Clumber Park.

Is Clumber Park flat?

You might see wood mice, woodpeckers, house martins and wood-boring beetles on your way around the route, which is 1.5 miles long on wide, flat paths perfect for families with small children and great even in winter.

Do you have to book to visit Clumber Park?

Do I need to book for Clumber Park?

Are there toilets at Clumber Park?

Visitors can find toilets, baby changing facilities and accessible toilets throughout the park. Toilets are located in the following areas of the park: Turning Yard – toilets and baby changing. Please note, our accessible toilet here is currently closed for maintenance, please use the Discovery Centre facilities.

Is Clumber Park part of Sherwood Forest?

Clumber Park was home to the Dukes of Newcastle for over three centuries and was once part of the famous Sherwood Forest until the Duke of Newcastle enclosed the estate as a hunting park for Queen Anne in 1707.

Is Clumber Park free entry?

Entry to the Walled Kitchen Garden and Glasshouse is now free to all National Trust members and anyone who pays to enter the park.

Are there any Summer walks at Clumber Park?

Breathe in the fresh air at Clumber Park by embarking on a beautiful self-led walk. We have some perfect walks this spring through miles of open parkland, woodland and heathland, taking advantage of the beautiful summer scenes.

How many miles is Clumber Country Park in Worksop?

Clumber Country Park. 5 miles (8 km) Enjoy a peaceful walk or cycle around the fabulous Clumber Park in Worksop. Clumber Park contains over 3,800 acres of woodland, open heath and rolling farmland. There is also a beautiful serpentine lake and a picturesque avenue of lime trees that runs for 2 miles.

Where is the parking spot at Clumber Park?

Map Ref. for the parking spot is SK611 761. From Worksop and other towns north, take the B6034 to the minor road 1 mile south of the A57, then as above. From Retford it can be reached by turning off the A57 at Manton Lodge, parking on the right.

Where are the double lime trees in Clumber Park?

Cross an open space to reach the famous Limetree Avenue, planted in 1772, and now the longest (2 miles) stretch of double lime trees in Europe. Go straight across to re-join the clear path ahead, through open spaces and woodland. Ignore Route 8 branching right, cross a road and finally reach the end of the Lake.