Facilities & access

General

  • Parking throughout Clumber (vehicle parking charge applies). Coaches, cyclists and pedestrians free
  • Toilets in the main visitor facilities, by the cricket pitch and in Hardwick Village
  • Fully-licensed café serving a range of hot and cold snacks and meals using fresh, seasonal local produce. Lunches served between 12 noon and 3pm
  • Kiosks serving drinks, snacks, soup and ice-creams at peak times
  • Large shop offering quality locally made products and souvenirs
  • Plant sales - selling unusual and hard to find plants and garden furniture
  • Over 20 miles of cycle routes
  • Hire cycles, buggies, child seats and tandems from the Cycle Hire Centre
  • Dogs more than welcome in the park and provisions provided
  • BBQ site for you to enjoy your own BBQ
  • Permanent orienteering course
  • Coarse fishing available. Contact us for more information
  • Horse riding welcome by permit. Contact us for more information
  • 183-berth Caravan Club Site in the heart of Clumber
  • Stay in the Basecamp, a converted gardener's cottage that sleeps 12

Family & children

  • Baby-changing facilities available in the toilets by the main visitor facilities and upstairs in the café
  • Family room in the café, including bottle warmer, microwave and children's menu
  • Buggies, child seats and trailer bikes can be hired from the Cycle Hire Centre
  • Woodland play park
  • Burrows Play Centre for ages 0 – 6 years soft play for 0 - 3, other activities for 3 - 6

Access

  • 12 accessible parking spaces, 137 yards (125m) from the main visitor facilities and 230 yards (210m) from the chapel
  • Parking by the entrance to the walled kitchen garden
  • Accessible toilets located by the main visitor facilities and near the cricket pitch
  • Level or ramped access to all facilities and buildings
  • 13 miles of tarmac roads throughout the property. Paths around main visitor facilities, Pleasure ground and lakeside are wide and flat with a good solid surface. There are a selection of grassy, gravely and uneven areas. Woodland and parkland paths can be uneven and rough
  • Recommended routes for wheelchair and powered mobility vehicle users
  • Wheelchairs, powered mobility vehicles and adapted cycles are available from the Cycle Hire Centre

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