Rushmere Country Park

Go and find it summer trail

Pick up a copy of our Go and Find It trail available throughout the Summer Holidays - £2 per sheet from the Visitor Centre. There are 10 things to go and find Park from around the Sculpture Trail - return to claim your reward! Read more

Oak Wood Sculpture Trail

The Oak Wood Sculpture Trail, made possible partly thanks to funding from the Tesco “Bags of Help” Scheme, was officially opened in August 2018. The extension to the existing Sculpture Trail aims to encourage wider exploration of the site in the north-western part of the park and includes sculptures by sculptor Ian Freemantle. 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. For the safety of everyone please follow our rules regarding our on and off lead areas. 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. You can access Rushmere on horseback along the public bridleway from Great Brickhill. If you wish to use our network of horse-riding trails, other than the Public Bridleway, you will need to purchase a Greensand Pass. Read more

Cycling

We welcome cyclists at Rushmere Country Park and Aspley Woods. Whilst the public has free access along public rights of way such as footpaths and bridleways, some of the areas managed by The Greensand Trust offer additional access for cyclists and horse riders with the purchase of a Greensand Pass. Read more

Sculpture Trail

Ideal for families all year round is our very popular Sculpture Trail, an access for all path accessed from the car park outside the Visitor Centre. Find the fairy doors, play on our wooden sculptures and – a real must – have a photo taken in the Giant’s Chair! Read more