Both the Farm and Country Park are largely accessible for users of wheelchairs and pushchairs. You are welcome to contact us for further details; we can advise you of the easiest routes and do all we can to make your visit run smoothly.
Please be aware that during wet weather the site can become muddy.
A network of well-surfaced trails allows easy exploration of the country park. These trails are marked by ringed wooden posts. Walking routes are marked with a yellow ring and horse riding routes with a blue ring.
An Easy-Going Trail gives access to the most popular areas of the country park for the less mobile visitor, with benches located along the routes. A small number of gates within the park require access via Radar key.
Barnfield offers the best starting point for visitors with wheelchairs and pushchairs. From the tarmac car park, you can follow a trail past the kiosk through the woodland and along the riverside. Take a look at our map to plan your route.
Wheelchair access into the farm is via a short slope, but once you are inside the ground of the yard is primarily level.
The ground floor of the farmhouse and cottage are accessible to wheelchair and pushchair users, as are most of the barns and outbuildings.
A tarmac car park is situated approximately 100 metres from the farm entrance, with parking spaces reserved for visitors with mobility difficulties. From here you can easily reach the café and accessible toilet facilities.