Easter adventures at Clumber Park
Clumber Park in spring is the perfect place to get the family together and start enjoying the most of the brighter weather. Enjoy bike rides through the woodland, spotting signs of nature and tick off some of the 50 things to do before you’re 11¾, or take part in our fantastic Nature Trail in the Pleasure Grounds.
Experience Clumber Park's hidden nature on our self led trail throughout the Easter holidays.
Discover the amazing world of the Pleasure Grounds and interact with nature with our trail designed to have something for the whole family.
Collect your trail map and list for free at the Discovery Centre, or use the download links below.
Self-led Nature Trail runs from Tuesday 3 April until Monday 19 April during Park opening hours.
Enjoy the ride
Enjoy a family bike ride through the stunning scenery and lakeside views. A range of adults and children’s bikes, scooters, bikes with buggies and child seats and helmets are all available to hire from our Cycle Hire Centre or try out a tandem and enjoy miles of beautiful cycle routes through Clumber Park.
Available daily, 10:00 - 3:00
The snowdrops are out, the bluebells are blossoming and the park is a hive of activity for wildlife at this time of the year. Enjoy a gentle stroll with lakeside views or make a day of it and take on one of the many walking trails and enjoy the most of the finer weather at this time of the year.
Park opening times: 7:00 - 19:00 daily
Easter Family Sports
Grab your family and challenge your friends at a range of sports and activities on our activities field! There's a whole range of sports to choose from, including football, volleyball and tennis to ensure there's something for everyone.
Between Friday 30 March & Friday 13 April
Fancy a bite to eat?
Visit the Cafe in the Turning Yard for a variety of meals, snacks, and hot and cold drinks to keep you refreshed and keep hunger at bay.
Our newly refurbished Kiosk in the Laundry Yard is now also open, with freshly brewed coffee and lot of other hot and cold snacks/drinks to choose from.
If you fancy a more formal experience, take a stroll to the Garden Tea House, situated next to the Walled Kitchen Garden. Enjoy a selection of hearty home-cooked dishes or simply sit back, relax with a cup of coffee and slice of cake and take the weight off your feet in the comfortable surroundings.
Open daily, times vary. See website for details.
Discovery Centre and Ranger activities
Enjoy the freedom to discover in the big wide open spaces of Clumber Park. Cook on a campfire and build a den with our Rangers team.
Discover Wildlife up close in the Discovery Centre Oak Room, using hand lenses, microscopes and magnifying cameras. Join an outdoor activity discovering new life around our woods, heaths, and water sites.
Please see our 'Whats On' guide for full details of our Discovery Centre and Ranger activity programming.
Tick off some of the 50 things to do before you’re 11 and ¾
Climb a tree, roll down a really big hill, go on a really long bike ride or hang out with the Rangers and take part in den building and cooking on a campfire. How many 50 things can you tick off at Clumber Park?
Easter in the Chapel
Join us in the chapel on Easter Sunday for our annual easter service, and see our 'Stations of the Cross' exhibition throughout the Easter holidays.
There will also be lots of fun and free activities for children running throughout the Easter period.