A landscaped park by Repton which is open all year, and the famous rhodedendrums are at their best in late Spring.
WC+disabled, refreshment kiosk, visitor centre and shop. P&D car park, free to National Trust members. EV charging. Picnic tables, well spaced.
There are miles of paths to follow here which link up to the local footpath network. So if you're not careful you could find yourself on the coast and off along the Norfolk Coast Path. But there's plenty to see at Sheringham Park. The parkland is beautifully landscaped and lovers of rhododendrons will never want to leave. For visitors with limited mobility, the park is partially accessible. There are grass and hard paths to follow, but the ground does have a lot of up and down. Dogs need to be on-lead near the facilities and any livestock, and between March 1st and End-July because of ground-nesting birds.
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