Horse riding and cycling is not permitted on this site.
Visitor information
Opening hours
How to find us
Parking & prices
Contact details

Opening hours

Pleasley Park is open 365 days a year, dawn until dusk. 

How to find us

How to find us
Pleasley Park, Shirebrook , Mansfield
Sat Nav Postcode: NG20 8BU
By Car

Take the A619 out of Mansfield. At the roundabout take the B6407 towards Shirebrook. After 3km turn right along Wood Lane. The car park is 0.5km down the road up a small road on the right. , Post code NG20 8BU. The park can then be accessed by foot. 

OS Grid Ref
SK520663

53.189552516084, -1.2230624467422

Parking and prices

There are no parking charges at Pleasley Park. 

Additional information

Number of accessible parking spaces: 0

There are no designated accessible parking spaces at this forest, have you seen our Easy Access trails page?

Contact details

Activities at Pleasley Park

Walking boots in autumn
Walking at Pleasley Park

Nearby forests

Shirebrook Wood on a winter morning

With its mixture of mature broadleaf woodland, newly planted trees, large open meadows and a scenic wetland valley, Shirebrook Wood offers something for everybody. 

This reclaimed colliery site provides home to a variety of wildlife including songbirds, small mammals and plenty of butterflies. On a warm summer’s day you may even be lucky enough to spot the Dingy Skipper butterfly as you explore the wood! 

Field of purple orchids in the sun

Enjoy the mixture of woodland, wetland and grassland at Oxclose Wood. Banks of orchids, the song of the skylark and the hovering kestrel are all here for you to discover.

The surfaced trails make it a lovely place to walk, reflect, be creative and simply enjoy the beauty around you.

Steep climbs are rewarded with spectacular views and you may even catch a glimpse of a buzzard.

Woman and dog looking out over field

Formally two colliery sites, Silverhill Wood has been transformed into a beautiful woodland through a process of coal washing, engineering, landscaping, fertilising and planting. Its mixture of rich broadleaf and conifer trees, open meadows and ponds make it a woodland not to be missed! 

Why not explore the woodland on the orienteering course, speed through the trees on two wheels or stop by the dog selfie area! 

Family walking on a woodland trail

Come and explore one of the Midland’s most well-known forests! With activity trails, play areas, bike hire, wild running and mountain biking trails, Sherwood Pines will set the scene for a great day out for all.

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