Clumber Park in Winter
Winter may be upon us, but Clumber Park provides the perfect backdrop for walking, cycling and a whole range of other activities at this time of year.
Clumber Park is home to 3,800 acres of natural woodland and heathland and is the perfect place to get out and get active in 2018.
With new woodland trails, Clumber provides the perfect inspiration for you to get out and enhance the great outdoors. Once you have finished, you can treat yourself to something sweet from the Garden Tea House.
You can download trail maps for lots of walks at Clumber Park here: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/clumber-park/lists/self-led-walks-at-clumber-park
Best spots for the perfect shots
Home to some of the most iconic views in Nottinghamshire, Clumber Park is a photographer’s dream destination.
With stunning views from across the Serpentine Lake across to the Chapel, there is always the opportunity capture that perfect shot of the Clumber landscape.
Migrating birds and other wildlife may also make a guest appearance at the last moment, while Limetree Avenue attracts the winter sunrays as they beam through the silhouettes of the ancient trees.
Cycling at Clumber Park in winter:
The temperatures may have dropped, but our 20 miles of cycling trails are nearly always accessible.
Visit the Cycle Hub, where you can hire bikes, get repairs and advice from our friendly team and purchase cycling equipment. You can also download trail maps, and find out more information on cycling at Clumber Park here: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/clumber-park/features/cycle-at-clumber-park-nottinghamshire
Time to relax
Relax in the grand setting of the Garden Tea House with an exclusive 2018 menu.
Situated next to the historic Walled Kitchen Garden, the 19th century Garden Tea House boasts stunning interior with original fireplaces, deluxe fabrics, and twisted staircase and shimmering chandeliers to provide a laid back dining experience.
However you choose to relax, Clumber Park will provide the perfect backdrop this Winter.