There's a great feeling of spaciousness here, for the site is on 20 acres within 4000 acres of parkland where you can walk, cycle or ride. Children will enjoy Clumber Park as it is part of what was once Sherwood Forest, and there are plenty of reminders of the Forest's most famous resident, Robin Hood. Call at the Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre, 10 miles drive from the site, to find out all about him, and to see the Great Oak where he is said to have hidden, and then visit Nottingham to experience a most imaginative audio/visual exhibition called 'The Tales of Robin Hood'. You are involved in scenes including a horse ride and a rescue - the children love it.
For those Members who wish to arrive on New Years Day, please note that the Site Office will be closed. You will therefore have to stay on the Late Night Arrivals Area if the site has one. Please contact the Warden on site to discuss pitching instructions for arrivals on this day.
For those members wishing to arrive on Christmas Day, please note that the Office will not be open. Therefore you may have to stay on the Late Night Arrivals Area if the site has one. Please contact the Warden on site for further information on pitching instructions.
Please do not arrive on site before 12 noon and after 8pm. It is important to follow the directions in the Sites Directory as some entrances to the park are locked.
Please note that the Ball Games Area will be out of use until the beginning of July
Please note that the main play area is being refurbished and will be out of use from the 7 May 2007. Works are scheduled to take approximately 3 weeks.
Rates:- Pitch from: £4.95 Adults from: £4.70 Children from: £1.50