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Having not seen this tree for about 50 years we took our grandson to see the legend of Robin Hood. There is ample parking and the walk through the forest is wonderful especially at this time of the year. The paths are clearly signposted and...More
had a lovely walk through the forest to the major oak. the paths are decent with plenty of space and flat enough for easy walking.
the oak is really impressive. it's fenced off so you can't touch it but it's great to see.
The tree is really cool to look at and it nice that is protected from damage by humans climbing on it. The park has great walking trails and lots of areas to explore. I was very disappointed the visitor's center was closed for renovation.
Surprisingly a very nice and easy walk for those who have to push a wheelchair, I was able to push my mother in the wheelchair not only to the Major Oak but also around the very quaint exhibition which reminded me of my school days....More
In the middle of an ancient oak forest, the king of all oaks is the Major Oak. A marked path takes you to this ancient wonder and it is massive. Its branches are being held up by huge stays and ropes because they are so...More
Fairly flat so buggies and wheelchairs can get around without too much trouble. Obviously the amount of enjoyment you get from this place could depend on the weather. If like me you aren't too bothered with sun or rain etc then it's one of the...More
The car park is either free or £3 depending on when you go.
There are many walks around the area which are on hard ground or you can venture away from the main tracks and then you will be better with walking boots.
Went for a walk around the sherwood forest to see the magnificent major oak tree. I imagine it looks much better in the summer as it was a little drag looking into winter however its still quite impressive. They also have information boards near the...More