Today I went for a walk around Clumber park nottinghamshire,the park is part of the National Trust,
the park is approx 3800 acres,.
The grounds have the longest double avenue of lime trees in europe,
The facilities include
Parking available throughout Clumber.
Toilets in the main visitor facilities, by the cricket pitch and in Hardwick Village
Fully-licensed café serving a range of hot and cold snacks and meals using fresh, seasonal local produce. Lunches served between 12 noon and 3pm
Kiosks serving drinks, snacks, soup and ice-creams open at peak times
Gift shop offering quality locally made products and souvenirs
Plant sales - selling unusual and hard to find plants and garden furniture
Over 20 miles of cycle routes
Hire cycles, buggies, child seats and tandems from the Cycle Hire Centre. Last hire is two hours before the time of closure.
Dogs more than welcome in the park and provisions provided
BBQ site for you to enjoy your own BBQ
Permanent orienteering course
Coarse fishing available.
Horse riding welcome by permit.
178 pitch Caravan Club Site in the heart of Clumber
Garden Tea House serving a range of home-made dishes using produce from our Walled Kitchen Garden
info taken from website
costs are expensive £4 per person ,if you dont have a national trust membership
Today I concentrated on a few british birds in the park,my kit consisted of
Nikon d750 and my 80=400 g lens
here are a few images taken