Woodland Trail

The Woodland Trail offers an opportunity for those with restricted mobility to experience the park and enjoy some of the sights it has to offer. It provides a circular, wheelchair-accessible route. The surface is in parts of fine scalpings, concrete and tarmac and is in keeping with its location in a rural landscape.

In addition to the interpretation boards shown on the map, the route passes several Nature Trail posts. These are described in the Nature Trail leaflet, produced by the Friends of Jubilee Country Park and available at local libraries and from a link on the Nature Trail tab  With a smartphone, you can also access an audio-visual presentation at each Nature Trail post using the installed QR code (QR reader App available from your supplier), or by a URL.

The path is accessible from car parks at Thornet Wood Road and Tent Peg Lane (see Location tab) but note the short gradient of 1:9 on the latter route.  The trail is about half a mile (900m) long although, if you enter from Tent Peg Lane car park, add another quarter mile (500m) each way.

Please be aware that manual wheelchair users may require assistance, especially if the weather has been inclement. In long periods of drought the underlying clay can dry out forming cracks. Persistent rain can mean the path gets muddy with leaf litter especially where it crosses the bridleway.

A leaflet with a map of the trail and information of what to look for along the route is available in local libraries and is downloadable from this link.


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