Gedling Country Park

Gedling Country Park, Spring Lane, Gedling, Nottinghamshire, NG4 4PE

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There’s lots to do on a visit to Gedling Country Park!


The children’s play area has a mining tower slide, zip wire, wheelchair accessible roundabout, mining train and more.


Two viewing platforms have lots to look out for on a clear day, including Belvoir Castle and Lincoln Cathedral!


The visitor centre shows the mining history of the park and you can get delicious food and drinks at Café 1899.


Routes of varying length and difficulty around the park include a wheelchair-friendly path.


Other things to do include:

  • The Ivan Gollop bee garden
  • Miners’ memorial garden
  • Holocaust memorial
  • Tree trail and nature trail
  • Picnic areas

Find out more at the website.

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The park has several entrances including paths from nearby residential areas and is easy to access by foot, car or public transport.



  • All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors - Accessible site with Changing Places toilets, wheelchair accessible routes and play equipment
  • Family Fun - Children's play area, nature trail.
  • On-Site café/restaurant - Breast feeding friendly accredited café serving hot and cold food and drink (dogs welcome in covered outdoor seating area)
  • Outdoor Attraction - tree trail, Miners’ Memorial Garden, Bee garden, Holocaust memorial and routes of varying difficult around the park
  • Picnic Site - Picnic benches around park.
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking - Car Park with disabled spaces

Opening Times

Gedling Country Park (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

* Opening times:
- Country Park: 24/7 (walking and cycling)
- Car Park: Summer 8am-9pm, Winter 8am-4pm.
- Café: Summer 9am-4pm, Winter 9am-3pm.

Various path routes:
- Top Hard (Red) - 2.8km long with some steep inclines.
- High Hazles (Blue) - 1.4km with gentle slopes suitable for wheelchair users.
- Main Bright (Yellow) - 2.7km of mainly easy paths but with a sharp slope at one point.
- Low Hazles (Green) - at 5.7km it's the longest route with several steep parts.

All routes are circular and are signposted at every junction.

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