Rushmere Country Park About Rushmere Facilities Find us Walks and trails For families Learning activities News Events Venue Hire Support Tree Tops Cafe Located in the visitor centre for drinks, snacks, hot and cold food, supporting local suppliers of quality produce using fresh, local ingredients (House of Coffee, Maynard's Dairy Ice Cream, Lickalix whole fruit ice lollies). In addition to our Specials displayed each day, we offer vegetarian, gluten and dairy free options. Seating available both inside and outside on The Deck with splendid views over Heron Valley. For health and safety reason dogs are not allowed in the cafe - dog owners using the cafe are requested to visit The Deck outside to the left of the main doors (please don't sit with your dog in the atrium). Peak Periods The cafe is opens daily from 10am – 4pm. From Good Friday 30 March the cafe is open from 10am - 5pm on weekends, public holidays and during school holidays. During these busier peak times please note: No buggies and pushchairs inside the cafe for safety reasons Please give your table number when ordering food Take-away service will only be available from the Herons' Hatch to speed up counter service in the cafe At all times only products purchased at the cafe can be consumed at our tables. All our takeaway consumables are biodegradable to protect our park – as a charity we have to pass on the cost to our customers and thank you for your understanding. The café also caters for parties and private functions – contact us for details. All profits are reinvested into the park - we greatly appreciate your support. You can view our new menus here: Main Menu Breakfast Kids We also offer daily specials, details of which are displayed on site. Refreshments are also available at the Stockgrove entrance to the park. Herons Hatch Located outside the visitor centre, this is mainly used during busier periods for the purchase of drinks, ice creams and snacks. The Tree Tops Cafe kitchen extension project During the summer of 2017 the Tree Tops Café kitchen was extended and this was partly funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development LEADER scheme as part of the Rural Development Programme for England. This extension transformed what was the kitchen of a 1960s bungalow to a much larger professional kitchen, helping us to provide an improved service for our customers, particularly at busier times.