Nature Discovery Area

The Nature Discovery Area at The Working Woodlands Centre is open for children to discover the natural world around them.Read more

Play and Natural Play

We believe in using the natural outdoor environment to stimulate the imagination and encourage children and young people to use creative play to understand and appreciate our natural surroundings.Read more

Dog walking

Responsible dog owners are welcome to walk their dogs at designated areas within the park - both on and off the lead - and we have a dedicated dog walking area.Read more

Cycling

We welcome cyclists at Rushmere Country Park and Aspley Woods.Read more

Why we need volunteers

Join our team of volunteers and help us to improve the environment for the benefit of all.Read more

Conservation work

Becoming involved in conservation work, whether it be practical management, surveying wildlife or helping other people learn more about their environment is an enjoyable and rewarding way of spending your time and putting something back into your local countryside.Read more

Horse riding

We welcome horse riders at Rushmere Country Park - where we provide a dedicated parking area for horse boxes - and Aspley Woods.Read more

Wildlife Watching

All our sites and nature reserves are excellent places to get closer to wildlife. All the wildlife images featured on our website have been taken on or around our sites - it really is all on your doorstep! Come and take a look - you never know what you might see!Read more