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Vicar Water Country Park, Clipstone
(4.5/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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  • This place is virtually down the road from where I live, I can actually cycle from my front door. The area was devloped from an ex mining area and the headstocks are still in view the highest headstoc...  more »
  • Yes, the views are good, the wildlife is nice, there are some reasonably well-maintained paths around the lake (others less so up the former slag heap), and the cafe is OK, but... Why have just a sing...  more »
  • Good paths around the lake maybe not too good for wheelchairs as a bit bumpy and narrow in parts , but flat to walk from car park to lake , children enjoyed the park area and the coffee shop is always...  more »
  • A beautiful, well kept park with great biking and running tracks throughout.
  • So many different walks , most enjoyable watching the seasons change the look and feel of the place. So much wildlife .
  • Hidden gem of Mansfield. Hard to believe it was a former pit tip!
  • This park is great just for walks, enjoying the scenery or even just feeding the ducks.
  • Great hidden gem on the edge of Mansfield on the site of a former colliery, but you'd never know this its a delightful country park. The little cafe, Rumbles, is brilliant and is run by a charity that empowers less able people. The rangers are also on hand to inform and illuminate you on your visit.