Join us for a summer of fun and games and enjoy the great outdoors with a fun-filled calendar of sporting activities every day.
Get off the beaten track on this 7.5 mile (12km) walk through lesser known parts of Clumber Park.
Explore the parkland for yourself on this easy trail to uncover Clumber’s past and enjoy a little wildlife-spotting along the way.
On this walk you'll be introduced to historic aspects of the park as well as its natural habitats with lovely views of the lake and surrounding countryside.
Explore possible sites of Second World War activities; plus evidence of significant earth works which are present throughout the park.
A gentle walk with varied landscapes taking you through woodland and heathland, featuring a short detour to Clumber Bridge with a lovely view of the lake and chapel.
Explore the lake and parkland of Clumber Park.
The Robin Hood way is a 105 mile long distance route across Nottinghamshire, it visits Clumber twice as it winds itself through the county.
Orienteering is a great way to add challenge to a regular walk or to test your map reading skills.
Spend quality time together in the great outdoors this Valentine's Day at Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire.
Whether you're a walker, a first time runner or an experienced off-roader, Night Run is a great way to embrace Clumber's nature and its great outdoors.
On or off road, Clumber Park has plenty of different routes and is the perfect place to give running a go.
Explore Clumber Park this Winter and take in the stunning views from across the lake and over the serpentine bridge.
Walk through old woodland covered with seasonal bluebells before crossing arable fields and passing the old school house.
In the park you'll discover different habitats, a rich variety of wildlife and more than 200 species of trees, and learn about the fascinating history of the park.
Walk across the estate with the people who served in The Great War 1914 - 1918 and worked on Clumber for the Duke of Newcastle.
This 5km run takes runners through Clumber Park's scenic estate.
From bikes and buggies to trikes and tandems, the cycle hire centre is fully equipped to get you on track for a comfortable ride through Clumber Park.
Dogs are welcome in all outdoor areas of the park and we even have a dedicated indoor space for your four legged friends to relax and take the weight of their paws after a long walk.
Make the most of the long weekend and enjoy spending time with the family and creating lasting memories. We've hand picked the top 9 things to do at Clumber Park this bank holiday weekend...
Do you fancy a workout that tones the whole body, burns 46% more calories than ordinary walking and is great for neck, shoulder and back problems?
Explore Clumber Park the best way - on a bike! Join us for an evening cycle ride through the stunning surroundings of Clumber Park.
Enjoy a relaxing stroll through the walled kitchen garden in this guided tour and embark on a journey through the history of the walled kitchen garden and how it is used today.
Enjoy a cycle ride with the family and explore miles of beautiful parkland with lakeside views. Bring your own bike or hire one from our cycle hire centre.
Enjoy the stunning views of Clumber Park and take a gentle cycle through the miles of woodland and parkland in these sociable cycle rides.
Explore the wildlife and natural beauty of Clumber Park through miles of woodland, heathland and parkland in this scenic walk with the Clumber Park volunteer rangers.
Dig out the walking boots and increase your fitness levels with Walkabout Clumber. Make the most of the great outdoors and enjoy a healthier lifestyle.
Enjoy the great outdoors and natural beauty of Clumber Park with these ladies only evening walks around the stunning surroundings of Clumber Park.
Pushabout walks are perfect anyone walking with a baby or toddler in a pushchair wanting to become more physically active.
There are plenty of ways to enjoy the great outdoors from a leisurely stroll, a jog through the woodland, a race round the orienteering course to a breath taking bike ride.
As you walk around Clumber Park, you may come across grazing animals. Please read these important tips which will help you enjoy your walk.
Take on our geocaching adventure at Clumber Park and see how many hidden caches you can find.
Take a look at what activities you can get up to at Clumber Park. The lake and woodland provide a perfect backdrop for walks and runs and we've even got a cycle hire centre if you're unable to bring your own bike.
Information on SCI (Seasonal Canine Illness)
The wide, flat paths of Clumber park make it ideal for a family walking expedition - and there's plenty for curious little ones to discover along the way.
Explore Clumber Park on two wheels.