This is an enormous country park and hugely popular with local dog owners. There are a multitude of small paths and fields as well as the formal grounds and lake.
It's a fabulous place for a doggiestop from the A1 between Doncaster and Nottingham, and well worth a longer visit if you live in the area.
P&D car park, NT members free. WC+disabled.
National Trust shop, visitor centre. Restaurant and cafe with outdoor tables, and dog water. The veggies in the restaurant are grown on the estate and picked freshly each day. Dog poo bins throughout. Dogs need to be on leads around the main visitor facilities in the courtyard area.
Clumber Park is vast, with 3800 acres of green space. These grounds are full of paths, fields and trees, so there are loads of opportunities for dogs to let off steam. Jem adores romping around the wide open spaces and through the trees. The park is on the Robin Hood Way, and other signed trails are the Chapel, Temple and Ashes Trail which follows well surfaced paths. In winter months dogs can run riot here, but in summer it's strictly on-leads only in the 'people' parts - and watch out for the cyclists, joggers and, if you're lucky, a mass gathering of Clumber Spaniels.
JaydaVaderGreen 27 Points
We regularly take our dogs and home boarders here for day trips away and social events with other dog owners. It has ample parking and many access points, though in snowy conditions (as we found recently), access is restricted if not completely closed.
mattlucasPink 234 Points
Excellent walks and a great day out for all the family with 2 and 4 legs.
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