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Hinchingbrooke Country Park


disabled access

Open grasslands, meadows, woodlands and lakes cover 170 acres with a wealth of wildlife everywhere. Whether you are walking the dog, exploring with your children, enjoying tea and home made cakes in the cafe or having a picnic we are sure you will enjoy your visit.

Free entry
Car parking charges apply between 7am and 6pm with a maximum stay of 6 hours.

The pay & display car park is located at the entrance to the park in 4 parking bays with only a short walk down to the Visitors' Centre. Disabled drivers with blue badges can drive down to the Visitors' Centre and park in the Countryside Centre car park if there is space. Disabled passengers can be dropped off at the Visitors' Centre then the car can return to park in the main bays.


Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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  • Notagymbunny

    14-Nov-2013 Report

    A park you can take a push chair to & do a circuit fab. Excellent play area

  • Becketts

    22-Oct-2012 Report

    Lots to do! There's a playground, walking trails (many suitable for buggies), bike trails, wildlife areas, and various activities like pond dipping, apiary demos etc at weekends and in school holidays.

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