Accessibility at Brockhill Country Park

At Brockhill Country Park we have 2.5 kilometres of easy access pathway that provide access to our park's central areas, such as the café, playground and view point, where you can enjoy the beautiful sights of the surrounding countryside.

If you have other accessibility queries in advance of your visit, please call 03000 413500, or email


Our café is at ground level and can be accessed by a wheelchair through double-opening doors with a single door to the rear leading to a flat patio area. The interior is quite small with a number of tables and chairs.

Find out more about our café.

Changing Places toilets and accessible toilets

We have a Changing Places toilet located next to the car park. It can be opened with a RADAR key.

We also have one unisex disabled toilet which is accessible during car park opening times. It does not require the use of a RADAR Key.

Meeting room

Our Badger Room (meeting room) is fully accessible. It has a wheelchair-friendly ramp and doors sufficiently wide to accommodate a wheelchair. There are 2 unisex toilets, both of which are fully compliant with the Equalities Act.

Book our Badger Meeting Room.

Disabled parking

There are 2 hard standing allocated disabled spaces in the main car park nearest to the café building. The building can be accessed down a slight slope approximately 20 metres from the car parking spaces.

In addition there are approximately 50 hard standing car parking spaces all within 50 metres of the café and main path.

If you are a Blue Badge holder, you can purchase an annual season ticket in advance of your visit. The annual season ticket gives you access to all of our country park car parks free of charge during the year.

Blue Badge holders may apply for concessionary parking online, or call 03000 41 72 72 (have your Blue Badge number and credit or debit card handy for reference).


The main path from the café to the play area is flat. After the play area it slopes quite steeply to the lake path, although it is tarmac to assist with the smooth use of wheelchairs. The path around the lake is about a metre wide at its narrowest point. Although a hard surface, it can be muddy in winter and will inevitably be slightly bumpy, with twigs, stones, and puddles at times. The valley area, due to the nature of the terrain, is not suitable for wheelchairs.

View a map of Brockhill Country Park.

Play area

The playground features:

  • multi level climbing frames
  • accessible ramps
  • an inclusive roundabout
  • swings
  • loudspeakers which are great for role play and sensory stimulations.

The play area complements the existing circular walks, nature conservation areas, natural ponds and sculptures at Brockhill Country Park.

The inclusive roundabout and multi level climbing frame at Brockhill Country Park.

The inclusive roundabout and multi level climbing frame at Brockhill Country Park.