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Fantastic place to visit. The trees are amazing. Needed more time to walk along every path. Will be visiting again in autumn to see the change in colour. Great place for children also with easy access and clearly defined paths.
New visitor centre is lovely, took two kiddies and a baby, not the most baby friendly in terms of parking and ease for pushchairs, however lovely walks and a fantastic cafe. Would just love to thank Michael who works their for opening up the special access loo for me so I could change the baby, top notch facility and a lovely man who went out of his way to help. Little disapinted the children's play area was not yet open but looks like it will be fantastic when it is.
At the heart of Sherwood Forest National Park is the Major Oak which I recommend you don't miss should you visit. The Major Oak is said to be over 250years as it is believed to have appeared in a story first around mid 1800s. The forest itself provides a refreshing walking experience from children, adults and dogs. The paths however are a but too rough for wheelchair users I must say.
Love Sherwood. Easy paths. New visitor center not open yet but it looked fabulous from outside. The craft center at Edwinstowe is super. Outstanding fossil a and mineral shop, very well priced too. There is also a medieval shop. Lovely all year for a visit, wildlife, nature and a slice of history, myth and legend to boot Go, visit. It's lovely.
Disappointed to see you can't go to the old village shops.cafes.or the robin hood walk through experience.or see the statue. Hope this is to be remedied in the new visitor center. Statues or robin hood should be in the centre. Found new cafe still in making I hope. You can only have what's on the menu.but chips were not on the menu but people still had them?. No child's menu. very limited choices.not like at old centre where you had a multi choice. Hope better things are to come but was very underwhelmed with new centre. Glad to see the old man oak still there.
The old visitor centre is a bit run down now but they are building a superb new one. I like to ride through the forest from the local trekking centre or walk the dog. Food is nice also
Perfect place for a dog walk, the trails are kept very clean and are clear to follow. Loads of lovely scenery and wildlife on offer, overall a great day out for family and friends, will definitely go back. Car parking available on site at a very reasonable price is a huge plus.
Great place for walks. Major Oak is still impressive. I remember coming in back in the late 80's. Hasn't changed much since then.
Robin Hood was here. I'm really lucky and live just down the road so it's great for out of hours dog walking. Loved going here when I was a kid.
Great place to visit if you fancy a walk in the woods. The trails around here are very extensive and perfect for mountain bikes and dog walkers. Bring some wellies when it been raining they often get muddy! Lots of parking which i think is free most weekdays except during the school holidays. The visitor center is also free to look round and I found very it interesting.
A peaceful place. Ancient woodlands and the Major oak make it a must visit for nature and folklore lovers. The shop has an excellent Robin Hood exhibition. There is a vistor centre, toilets and a restaurant on site. A dog friendly place.
We took our daughter 20 years ago and nothing has changed but that's a good thing. It's has amazing charm, great value at just three pound parking. We did the larger walk and just loved it.
There's ample parking which is near the visitors centre. The car park and paths are muddy on wet days so it's best to wear wellies in wet weather. Ideal place to walk dogs too. There are a few shops at the visitors centre where you can buy hot/cold refreshments. There's a lovely craft centre not far from here which is worth visiting too. Some very unique and interesting shops.
Lovely people lovely place.. free to get in and they do some nice food... how British can you get when it comes to good old robin hood?... If you haven't been there then go as you won't regret it....