Moors Valley Country Park
A 1000-acre Country Park and Forest with something for everyone. Adventure Play Trail with unique wooden play sculptures, Tree Top Trail, authentic narrow-gauge steam railway, Golf Centre, Go Ape high wire adventure course, restaurant and gift shop. Explore easy to follow waymarked trails on foot or by bike; bring your own or hire from the Cycle Hire Centre.
Disabled access and facilities include wheelchair and mobility scooter hire (pre-booking required) and wheelchair bikes. A ‘Changing Places’ standard toilet with height adjustable changing bench and hoist is available at the Visitor Centre.
The Rangers organise over 500 events for adults and children throughout the year. For children there are numerous holiday activities - from ‘Nuts about Nature’ wildlife discovery sessions to fishing tuition, adventure bike rides and bushcraft days. Adults can choose from a variety of guided walks and cycle rides, as well as the opportunity to try something different like Nordic Walking or Fitness Buggy Workouts.
Details for all the events can be found online at www.moors-valley.co.uk.
- Regional and Miscellaneous Dorset Tourism Awards 2014 Silver 2014
|Open New Year|
|Open All Year|
* The Country Park is open every day except Christmas Day. Open from 8am to dusk; closing times vary with seasons - 8pm is the latest. Additional facilities on site have varying opening times ie. Visitor Centre, Seasons Restaurant, railway, golf, cycle hire and Go Ape.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Car Parking up to 12 seats (Based on length of stay)||£0.80 per ticket|
|Coach 21-50+ seats (Daily Charge)||£20.00 per ticket|
|Mini Bus 13-20 seats (Daily Charge)||£12.50 per ticket|
Entrance to the park is free but car parking charges apply, season tickets are available. Various facilities in the park also incur a charge, ie railway, golf, cycle hire and Go Ape.
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