One of Nottingham's Finest Forests
Once the home to Robin Hood, and now home to about a hundred squirrels, this forest is filled with wildlife and woodland walks. The forest is fully accessible to wheelchairs, and it is even possible to hire wheelchairs for free from the visitors centre. The ground is often solid mud, making the walks easily accessible for wheelchair users. This forest is exactly what you'd expect to find if you took a forest out of a children's book and placed it in the middle of England. Totally covered by trees and home to rabbits, squirrels and even the occasional owl, this forest won't disapoint.
Transport & Parking
A limited number of easily accessible parking spaces near the walking trails, but enough when we went there. Otherwise, the parking facilities are great and located close to the main access paths.
The visitor centre, shop and restaurant were all easily accessible for wheelchairs, and almost all the walking paths were wheelchair accessible. There were also a number of nice touches, such as wheelchairs available to borrow free of charge, as well as mobility scooters to hire from £1.50/hour.
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