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Vicar Water Country Park, Clipstone
(4.5/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
Vicar Water Country Park is located in Clipstone. Work out when and for how long to visit Vicar Water Country Park and other Mansfield attractions using our handy Mansfield trip itinerary builder.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Cafe well organised toilets available seating outside if bring dogs parking £1.50 voluntary contribution Play area for small ones Lovely walks around fishing lakes and as far as the dog and duck pub i...  more »
  • I have been to Vicar water many times and always find something different. Animals,woodland,fauna and walks. Rain or shine it's always a pleasure. After your walk you can go to the restaurant for a ni...  more »
  • We visit regularly. Always enjoy feeding the ducks and going for a walk. There's often pond dipping in the holidays with a park ranger and a good sized park for my boys to play on. There's a cafe too....  more »
Google
  • 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.