Coast and countryside car parks
Most places with car parks are listed in the National Trust Handbook, and on the website and the mobile app. Here we've gathered together those that are off the beaten track – smaller, more secluded parking areas that lead to lesser-known stretches of coast or quiet countryside spots.
Some locations are listed below, complete with postcodes. For the rest, click through for full details of each region or country.
- Lambert's Castle
- Dover’s Hill
- May Hill
Isle of Wight
- Oldbury Hill
- One Tree Hill
- Toys Hill
Norfolk Coast and Broads
- Stiffkey Saltmarshes
Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire
- Black Down
- Lavington Common
- Woolbeding Countryside
- Comer Wood (Dudmaston)
- Hampton Loade (Dudmaston)
- Sawmill (Dudmaston)
Plan a visit to one of the special countryside places in our care and discover the benefits of being in the great outdoors. Pack your walking boots and get ready to explore woodlands, valleys and rivers.
Discover the 780 miles of beautiful coastline in our care. Plan your next coastal adventure, whether you want to explore soft, sandy beaches or rugged, windswept cliffs.
Discover the answers to the most common questions about National Trust parking, from how and why to scan your card to what to do if you’re a non-member or about to join.
If you’re looking for the perfect spot for a picnic on the coast, this selection includes secret coves like Hayburn Wyke and Soar Mill Cove and well-known sandy beaches like Brancaster and Portstewart Strand.