Sandringham Estate Country Park

Sandringham Estate Country Park is probably one of my favourite discoveries. I think it might be the one place that has everything – nice café, parking, pushchair friendly, play area, woodland walks of different lengths, sculptures, trees to climb on, baby change, gift shop, free entry (although there are car park charges), dog friendly… I absolutely loved it.

It has so much to offer. There is a fantastic and rustic play are (it’s huge!) and there are dens everywhere. Throughout the blue and yellow trails there are wooden sculptures which add fun and interest and there is also a specific ‘sculpture trail’ which is great – we couldn’t get our little girl off the carved seat next to the wizard. The carvings are brilliant.

Our route started at the café and went over to the play area. We then walked along the blue trail but looped back on ourselves towards the car park so that we could pick up the sculpture trail.

🌿 Length: Two waymarked Nature Trails, one a 1½ miles route and the other 2½ miles long – we did a mix of the routes and incorporated the sculpture trail
🌿 Café: The Terrace Café is now reopen for takeaway hot & cold drinks, snacks and light lunches
🌿 Play area: Brilliant one – loved it
🌿 Pushchairs/Wheelchairs: Many accessible trails. Accessibility guide available on the website
🌿 Dogs: Yes – dog friendly (we kept ours on a lead)
🌿 Toilets: Currently open and frequently sanitised, but keep an eye on the website
🌿 Seats: Yes
🌿 Picnic area: Yes
🌿 Opening times: Open 6am-9pm
🌿 Entrance fee: None apart from parking
🌿 Parking: PE35 6EH (what3words ///awoke.starters.door). Up to 30 minutes free parking, up to 2hrs – £3.00, up to 4hrs – £5.00 all Day – £7.00. Cash or card. See parking page for details –
🌿 Other: The sculpture trail and play area are brilliant. This is one of my favourite places.
🌿 Website:

N.B. Map below is from 2018! 

Posted in Cafe, Dogs allowed, Pushchair walk, West Norfolk, Woodland Walks.

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