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Moors Valley Country Park and Forest

1,268 Reviews
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Moors Valley Country Park and Forest

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Tom Ford wrote a review Dec 2020
Southampton, United Kingdom1,312 contributions198 helpful votes
Parked here to go for a bike ride. Don't bother. Park outside the park and ride in. It's £4 an hour to park which is disgusting considering this park is aimed at families. The park itself is lovely but how they can justify the high parking charges I do not know. I don't know of anywhere outside of London that charges such extortionate prices.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Response from MoorsValleyCP, Communications Ranger at Moors Valley Country Park and Forest
Responded 2 weeks ago
Hello Fordy2014, thank you for taking the time to leave a review. I'm sorry that you felt that parking was expensive. We don't charge an admission fee per person as we feel charging per car provides better value for money for the majority of our visitors. The maximum price we charge for 1 car is £15 for up to 11 hours. We also offer annual season tickets starting from £22 per year which many local visitors find useful. Any money generated from parking is re-invested in the park through maintaining trails and tracks, updating play equipment and the day to day running of the park so we can preserve it.
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Steve M wrote a review Dec 2020
Dorset, United Kingdom11 contributions3 helpful votes
Great place to visit , parking is really expensive, good if you have four in a car but if you are on your own you feel stung . The walks are lovely and the climbing equipment for kids is great . I have been several times but I will admit I have never seen any live nature ( too many people) The cafe is nice but also expensive . I haven’t been since Covid-19 started
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Li4mC wrote a review Dec 2020
Silverstone, United Kingdom24 contributions6 helpful votes
This park is great there's plenty to do for children as well as adults. There are plenty of walks, a train and play areas for children as well as a cafe and gift shop.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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jubr75 wrote a review Nov 2020
London, United Kingdom138 contributions31 helpful votes
We visit this park every time we come and stay nearby. It's such a fabulous area with plenty of space to explore. This time round we came specifically for Go Ape which is near the car park but had a sneaky play in a little part of the play trail. The gruffalo trail is still open but due to covid some of the play trail is closed. This doesn't affect your visit though as there is still so much to do. As well as the play trail, and Go Ape we also ate in the cafe. Even though they had covid restrictions in place and a new process, waiting and ordering times were kept to the minimum. Food is delicious and all staff are helpful, friendly and happy. As we came by car you have to pay for parking on departure at the pay station before returning to your car. It's all numberplate recognition at the entrance gate. Paying for parking, again, is simple. Put your numberplate into the computer and it will calculate how long you have been there for and how much and you then can pay. The is also a green park field and normal playground and steam train within the country park but we did not visit these this time round. Will definitely be coming back again.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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100861 wrote a review Oct 2020
Northamptonshire, United Kingdom100 contributions35 helpful votes
We walked this 2 mile path on A lovely sunny day. Past the busy golf course which gave an added interest to the walk. A lovely coffee and clean toilets at the end of the walk.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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