Nice place for a walk, wheelchair accessible too.
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid, Wheelchair, Mobility Scooter
This site has a number of themed trails to follow. Some gradients but they're clearly marked on the map (we picked one up in the visitor centre). The trails going beyond Walltown may not be suitable - I didn't attempt these. There's a kiosk selling light refreshments.
Transport & Parking
There's just one Blue Badge space but there was plenty of space elsewhere in the car park (although it was term time, autumn and a weekday). Can't comment on how good public transport is, though did see bus pull in during our visit.
The car park surface is loose chippings so not the most even surface for walking on. The trails marked as wheelchair friendly were good. As I have quite a robust wheelchair trike, I managed some of the more challenging paths.
Didn't use it so can't comment. However there is a loo.
Helpful lady at the refreshment kiosk helped hubby carry drinks for myself and elderly folk with us.