- Related link Brandon Country Park.
- At Brandon Country Park you can explore the arboretum with its copper beech, false acacia and monkey puzzle trees.
- There are variety of walks around the park many on hard surfaces.
- They lead around the forest taking in the walled garden, lake and mausoleum.
- The information board at the start of the walk.
- shows a map of the different walks.
- There are 3 walks around the park with colour sign posts.
- The 3 walks range from easy to difficult and vary in distance.
- The Red Walk is an easy walk around the lake and is approximately 1.5miles / 2km.
- The Purple Walk is approximately 3.5 miles / 5.5km and takes in the lake and park.
- The Orange Walk is approximately 6 miles / 9.5 km .
- and takes you around the park and Thetford Forest.
- There is not a bus stop within 150m (164yds) of the venue.
- The nearest National Rail station is Thetford.
- The venue does have its own car park.
Venue Car Park
- Parking is not free for all users.
- Parking is free for Blue Badge holders.
- The car park type is open air/surface.
- Parking spaces for Blue Badge holders do not need to be booked in advance.
- There is/are 3 designated parking bay(s) within the car park.
- The dimensions of the designated parking bay(s) are 360cm x 480cm (11ft 10in x 15ft 9in).
- The nearest designated bay is 26m (28yd 1ft) from the walks entrance.
- The furthest designated bay is 32m (34yd 2ft) from the walks entrance.
- The route from the car park to the entrance is accessible to a wheelchair user with assistance.
- Assistance may be required because there is / are uneven surfaces.
- The car park surface is tarmac.
- The patron does not have to cross a road.
- The car park does not have a height restriction barrier.
- There is not a designated drop off point.
Outside Access (Walks Entrance)
- This information is for the entrance located at the beginning of the walks, off the visitors centre.
- There is level access into the venue.
- There are no doors at this entrance.
- The door opening is 240cm (7ft 10in) wide.
- The Red Walk is an easy walk starting at the visitors centre and taking on a circular route around the lake and woodland and then back to the visitors centre.
- There is seating and coloured sign posts along the route.
Red Walk Paths
- They are several uneven paths around the route.
- The surface of the paths is compact gravel and compact earth.
- Along the walk there are some paths with exposed tree roots.
- The Orange Walk starts at the visitors centre and takes you around the park and Thetford Forest.
- It takes in the lake, mausoleum, bird hide, heathland and communication tower.
- The walk has coloured sign posts around the route.
- There is some seating available along the walk.
Orange Walk Paths
- The paths around the walk vary in degrees of levels, ranging from easy to steep.
- The surface of the paths are compact gravel, compact earth, loose earth and grass.
- Along the route some paths are rutted and have exposed tree roots.
- The nearest accessible toilet is located in Brandon Park Visitors Centre.
- The nearest standard toilets are located within the Brandon Park Visitors Centre.