There are a few changes coming into force for 2018, as a direct result of the vandalism of the Ornamental Bridge.
The Robin Hood way is a 105 mile long distance route across Nottinghamshire, it visits Clumber Park twice as it winds itself through the county. Put it on your list this summer!
The walk is mainly through woodland and agricultural land in some of the quieter parts of Clumber and finishes by the lakeside, and is perfect for a summer evening.
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.
A 6 mile (9.5km) woodland walk, on the border of the Clumber and Thoresby estates which avoids grazing livestock.
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.
Spend quality time together in the great outdoors this Valentine's Day at Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire and dine in our idyllic Garden Tea House.
Explore Clumber Park this Winter and take in the stunning views from across the lake and over the serpentine bridge.
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.
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.
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.
Explore some of the lesser known parts of Clumber Park on this 5.5 mile (8.8km) walk through heath and woodland.
Orienteering is a great way to add challenge to a regular walk or to test your map reading skills.
On or off road, Clumber Park has plenty of different routes and is the perfect place to give running a go.