Dinton Pastures Country Park

Day trips

Ages:

  • All The Family

Venue:

Outdoor

Cost:

Free

Description

Have fun in the Play Park, enjoy the delights of the Dragonfly Café or take a walk around the trails and lakes. Public toilets, changing facilities and mobility scooter hire are available.

The play park features giant nest towers, monkey bars, funnel trap nests, secret hobbit holes and giant swinging and climbing logs. There is so much for the youngest visitors to discover with den-building structures, swinging hanging logs and underground tunnels. The more adventurous can enjoy giant nest towers and a woodland obstacle course. A timber bridge joins the main mounds, connecting two large grassy mounds with a secret hidey-hole. A dedicated space for toddlers features swings, wide slide, a willow maze and a huge giant log. A large storytelling area has been created using giant wooden eggs.

Find a map of the park here. For ideas for walks, take a look at the 'self-led activities' page on the website.

COVID-19 Countryside Updates

  • Car parks - Open
  • Toilets - Open
  • Play Parks - Open
  • Activity Centre - Open
  • Cafe - Take Away Service
  • Paddling Pool - Closed
  • Bird Hides - Open

Outdoor Cinema Screenings

Missed watching your favourite movies on the big screen? Get your picnic blankets and popcorn at the ready, as we prepare to host a series of socially distanced, open air cinema nights this summer.

£13.95 Adult | £8.95 Concession* | Group Discount Available

  • 1 August: The Greatest Showman, film starts at 9:20pm
  • 15 August: Dirty Dancing, film starts at 9pm
  • 22 August: Bohemian Rhapsody, film starts at 9pm
  • 29 August: Toy Story 4, film, starts at 8:30pm

Film start times are subject to darkness

Parking

Car parking charges apply from 6am-10pm daily. Pay and display tickets are available from the car park ticket machines.

Open hours

Monday6am10pm
Tuesday6am10pm
Wednesday6am10pm
Thursday6am10pm
Friday6am10pm
Saturday6am10pm
Sunday6am10pm