Visiting Emberton Park

 download a copy of our Visitors Guide to Emberton Park (PDF, 3.6MB) , The list of charges (PDF, 1.1MB), Map of Emberton Country Park (PDF, 1.4MB) 

Three Girls playing in  tent

Visiting Emberton Park 

Set in 200 acres of mature unspoilt parkland , you can enjoy wildlife, lakeside walks, play areas and camping all in a family friendly setting.

The park boasts over 5km of paths and trails winding their way around 5 lakes, through wooded glades and meadows. In amongst this are picnic and bbq areas and numerous play and learning experiences for children. A park information centre and cafe ensure that you have everything you need to get the most from the park, its wildlife and the natural surroundings. From birdwatching to triathalons, camping, picnicking or simply enjoying a walk in the countryside, Emberton Country Park has something for everyone to enjoy, all year round.

Family cycling in Emberton Country Park

Picnics and BBQ's

Picnics and bbq’s are welcomed on the site, and there are two dedicated areas where you can enjoying the park and picnic. We have recycling facilities available on site next to the visitor centre and we ask that you leave the park as you would hope to find it. Please see the map for picnic spots.

Fishing at Emberton Park 

Two boy's fishing on a lake

We are able to offer challenging fishing on all five of our lakes and permits are available to fish all year round. We are also very pleased to be able to provide accessible fishing facilities for all visitors with a number of specially adapted fishing pegs. Please contact the park for further details and we will be more than happy to discuss arrangements with you.

Staying with us 

There are over 200 touring sites and 114 static pitches available at the park. All sites have access to toilet facilities and shower facilities are included in somes areas. Olney has numerous local shops, cafes and pubs to cater for your every need.

Grounds Café

Located in Emberton Park, the Grounds Café is a great place to meet with friends or stop for a bite to eat in between exploring the lake and woodland. Check out their website here. 

 

Last Updated: 25 April 2019