Breathe in the fresh air at Clumber Park by embarking on a beautiful self-led walk. We have some perfect walks this spring through miles of open parkland, woodland and heathland, taking advantage of the beautiful spring scenes.
Walk through old woodland covered with seasonal bluebells before crossing arable fields and passing the old school house.
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.
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 at any time of year!
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 all seasons.
A walk exploring familiar and not so familiar landmarks and history of Clumber Park. 7.5 miles on good paths.
A 6 mile (9.5km) woodland walk, on the border of the Clumber and Thoresby estates which avoids grazing livestock.
Explore the heathland and parkland of Clumber Park on a clearly waymarked route.
Explore possible sites of Second World War activities; plus evidence of significant earth works which are present throughout the park.
Choose from a range of bikes to hire from our Cycle Hub and explore over 20 miles of beautiful trails through a variety of landscapes. Download your trail maps here.
Clumber Park is a special and important place, one of just a handful of Grade 1 registered parks in the country and enjoyed by many people. In fact it is one of the top five most visited National Trust places in the country.
As part of Clumber Park Revitalised, we have opened a dog-friendly café at Clumber Park called 'Central Bark' as a trial. Come along and bring your four-legged friends and enjoy the atmosphere.