February half-term at Clumber Park
Come rain or shine there'll be plenty of family fun and activities on offer during February. Enjoy some fresh air and get closer to nature, or get creative indoors at Clumber Park during half-term.
February is a special time at Clumber Park, and half-term is no exception.
From snowdrop-filled walks, to lakeside strolls and forest cycling, there is something for everyone.
Visit our cycle hire centre where family deals are available, and ride the 20 miles of trails and cycle paths. Explore the little-seen wilderness at Clumber Park and find new, special places.
There's also plenty of organised activities this half-term at Clumber Park. Here's a brief roundup of the various events we have on offer.
Birdbox & Feeder Making: Wednesday 21 February, 13:30 - 15:30
Drop in for our bird box making day, sessions inspired by national nest box week.
Families will have the opportunity of learning more about native birds and getting creative making their own bird boxes with the guidance of Clumber's Rangers.
Hopefully your new bird box will encourage a variety of birds to breed in your garden!
Clumber Park Parkrun: Every Saturday, 09:00 - 10:00
Enjoy a run through the woodland and parkland around Clumber Park. Starting from the Burrow (located near the cricket ground) this 5km (two lap course) takes you through the woodland and parkland of Clumber Park.
Please note: If you would like an official time you will need to register for free at www.parkrun.org.uk/register/ before you come along for your first run.
The art of Maggie Beare and John Freer Exhibition: Daily between Monday 26 February and Monday 26 March
Visit the Discovery Centre and view the magnificent art of Maggie Beare and John Freer on our Mezzanine Terrace.
Heathland Guided Walk: Date TBC
Join our Ranger team for a guided walk with a difference.
Walking across the heathlands of Clumber Park you will discover some of the conservation work that we have been doing over the winter months. During the walk you can help with some practical conservation work by planting heather to increase the coverage of this important heathland plant.
No booking needed, and always a very popular event.