Cockington Country Park aims to provide access for all our visitors.

Planning your visit

We have a "Visual Story" of Cockington Country Park which aims to give you information to help you plan your visit and what to expect once you get here. (NOTE: Apologies, due to technical issues we are not able to provide a downaloadable version of our Visual Story at the moment. We are working hard to sort the problem.)

There are three possible routes from the village to the Country Park:

Alternatively, it is possible to drive to the rear of Cockington Court, from where the main part of the park is accessible by hard-surface paths (generally flat and level paths with a few short, moderate slopes). The craft units are located very close to the Court.

For more information on access in and around Cockington Court and the craft studios please visit the Court's website


There are two designated disabled parking spaces in the village centre car park.Additional blue badge parking is available behind Cockington Court. There are four spaces available and these are currently free of charge. The remaining two car parks, Higher Lodge and Cycle Hub, are situated further from the village and Court and do not have designated disabled parking bays.

Please take care to read the conditions of parking within your chosen car park. 

Parking Map


Cockington Country Park has a small network of accessible paths. There are four waymarked walking routes, however; only the orange Estate Walk is suitable for all-terrain mobility buggies (trampers).

Map of Waymarked Routes

Tramper Hire 

Click for more information    Tramper Info

Visitors with a visual impairment

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British Sign Language users

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Improving Accessibilty

Keep checking back to find out more about our plans for improving accessibility in the Country Park.

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