A fun family day out
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
If mobility is an issue then you'll need to book in advance a tramper via Countryside Mobility.
Transport & Parking
There is a separate area for blue badge disabled parking. This area is not monitored though and is open to abuse. Whilst at the park I witnessed 3 non-blue badge holders parking in these spaces. This really lets down a very good provision for the disabled.
The website suggests that the whole park is wheelchair accessible, but it definitely isn't. Your everyday wheelchair (or RGK/Quickie) is not suitable unless it is fitted with off-road tyres and heavy duty castors. You will also need exceptional upper body strength! My advice is to book in advance a tramper via Countryside Mobility.
Men's and Women's toilets have baby changing in them! Disabled toilet is huge and provides excellent manoeuvrability, but it does not require a RADAR key to access and it too has baby changing facilities. This means it is potentially open to abuse, it should also be noted that there is only a single disabled toilet at this main block. The toilet wasn't dirty as such, but it did need a good freshen up (this was at 10.15 am).
Approachable, professional and polite. Needed reminding that they could talk to me about my requirements rather than go through my Wife!
Anything else you wish to tell us?
This venue makes for a good family day out. Recommended!