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Sherwood Pines Forest Park is the East Midlands' largest public forest set within the great Sherwood Forest. With everything you could want for a fantastic day outdoors... great cycling trails and mountain biking areas, wonderful walks through mixed...more
6030 Forestry Holdings | Kings Clipstone, Mansfield NG21 9JL, England
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Forest Pines is so quiet and beautiful. You can walk for miles and only see a few people. The Forest Holidays cabin where we stayed was great. Go Ape is also there and again offered a good service. If you want to escape from it...More
We have just returned from Sherwood Pines today & considering the rain we have had this week we have still had an excellent holiday. The park itself is an excellent location especially if you like walking whether you have a pet or not.
A fantastic place to get lost in. We walked for a couple of hours on well maintained trails. It is dog friendly too. The world war display is worth a look. The kids loved getting in the trenches. The cafe was a welcome sight and...More
Great place for walking cycling or just taking in the scenery. We went for a birthday bbq, you don’t need to spend anything other than to park your car which could be as little as a £1 or for a full day £6.
We visited with 2 grandchildren aged 6 and 8. We did the Zog trail which was good. We found the sandy play area but didn't realise there were other play areas we could have gone to (just learnt that from looking at other reviews)! Stopped...More
Been twice biking here and had a great time with both adults and kids. The red route is great and not really red. Bike park is fun.
Go ape is great too.
Parking a bit expensive and I think if your paying £70 for go...More
Visited here with my 10yr old twins, who enjoyed Robin Hood’s hideout play area - there are two signposted walks, we took the longer pink route and still managed to complete in the less than the expected hour. As we’d hadn’t been before we didn’t...More
The 3 of us enjoyed a days bike riding around the park. Started off on the family trail, enjoyed it so much we decided to do the next one up too!!!!!! Harder but great fun. To say there were lots of cars in the car...More