FAQ

How big is moors valley?

With over 800 acres, it’s a large site to look after and we always aim to balance the needs of our visitors with those of the environment, whist still providing our visitors with a great day out. For full information on planning your visit and all the events and activities on offer, please visit the Moors Valley site.

Likewise, can you walk into Moors Valley? There are many miles of paths and tracks through Moors Valley Country Park and Forest. You are welcome to walk on any of these paths however the best routes have been waymarked. The routes range in distance from 3/4 mile to 5 miles and are easy to follow.

As many you asked, do you have to pay to go to Moors Valley? There are no admission charges however parking charges apply.

Similarly, are there toilets at Moors Valley? Tel: 01425 470721 There are three disabled toilets at the Visitor Centre including a ‘changing places’ toilet with tracking hoist system and height adjustable adult size changing bench and a large family toilet with baby change facilities. There are no litter bins at Moors Valley.

Moreover, how long is the play trail at Moors Valley? Play Trail The trail is only a mile long but with so many exciting pieces of play equipment, you should allow at least an hour to complete it all. The trail is suitable for pushchairs and most mobility scooters.Moors Valley Golf Course – Open daily except Christmas Day from 8.00am to dusk, weather permitting.

Where is the Gruffalo at Moors Valley?

The Gruffalo has a permanent place in the Forest at Moors Valley. Nestled in the Forest Picnic Area is a life sized sculpture of the Gruffalo plus the Gruffalo’s child and many of the other characters from Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s popular story books.

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Are dogs allowed at Moors Valley?

Dogs are welcome to visit Moors Valley but must be under close control at all times and in many areas must be kept on leads. Dogs are not permitted in either of the Play Areas near the Visitor Centre.

Do you have to book for Moors Valley Country Park?

Yes, you can! Online booking of events and activities is open to everyone. However, to start using the booking system, you will need to register your details and choose a password.

Is disabled parking free at Moors Valley?

Getting here and parking There are 13 disabled parking spaces in the first car park loop, near the ice cream kiosk. If your vehicle is exempt from road tax due to disability reasons, that vehicle may park for free.

Where can I park for free at Moors Valley?

There is free parking along the Ringwood to Verwood Road.. Follow the track due south and take the second path through the woods on the right whcih leads down to a wide boggy area with several small pools.

Is Upton Park open?

The Country Park is open seven days a week from 8am – 6pm (winter timetable) or 8am – 9pm (summer timetable). Free Health Walks – all walks are 1 mile and led by trained volunteer leaders. . All walks are completely free and new walkers very welcome – no need to book. Check website for times.

What time does Moors Valley Country Park open?

Opening Times The Country Park is open every day except Christmas Day from 8am. Closing time is at 5.00pm from September to March, at 6.00pm from April to May and at 7.00pm from June to August.

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Is Moors Valley open Boxing day?

The Park and Forest will be open from 8am every day except Christmas Day and New Years Day and will close at the time stated for the Visitor Centre below.

Are there any Moors in Dorset?

West Moors is a village in Dorset, England, on the northern fringe of the Poole-Bournemouth conurbation, just outside the larger settlements of Ferndown and Verwood. The parish of West Moors had an estimated population of 7,400 in 2004, increasing to 7,561 for both the parish and electoral ward at the 2011 Census.

Where is the Gruffalo at Alice Holt?

You can use the following address to find it – Alice Holt Forest, Bucks Horn Oak, Farnham, Surrey GU10 4LS.

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