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All reviews go ape high lodge all ages great for kids on site mountain bike run around pony rides love this place hire bikes play equipment gary barlow lots of space per day great for dog walking decent cafe musical instruments
Great four hours mountain biking around the blue and red bike trails.
Trails have been re vamped over the years providing some really good fast twisty fun on the bikes.
Even if you arrive late morning there’s plenty of parking.
People who moan about the...More
Always a nice place to visit for the day, enjoy a picnic, a bike ride through the woods or just a walk in the park. Cool on a hot summers day. You can explore the woodland and enjoy the silence - with the exception when...More
This was my first time watching a concert in thetford forest and I really impressed with how well organised it was. I’ve been to other outdoor concerts which weren’t nearly as good. Paul Weller was amazing and it was easy to see him wherever you...More
Six adults and four grandchildren visited the park today,had a excellent time kids had plenty to do.we took a picnic also purchased drinks in the cafe.
Not a cheap place if on a budget,especially when you leave costs £12.50 for car parking.
I cycle or run here every day. It is a huge place centred on Brandon and Thetford. Established and owned by the Forestry Commission but with some leased land too it is extensive in scope and scale. In the Forest there are two centres; Brandon...More
I love this place and am happy to pay £10 to park if it means me, my dog and two kids have stuff to do all day. It is upsetting people complain at the price. How else do parks afford to fund setting up more...More
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They are forest trails so if you have an off pavement wheel chair with pheumatic wider tyres etc to go on forest trails then that would be fine but if narrow hard tyres for pavement then you will have trouble.