Open: Dawn to dusk every day of the year Location: 2.5 miles south of the Addenbrooke’s Hospital roundabout on A1307 between Cambridge and Haverhill. Just over the brow of the Gog Magog Hills, you’ll see a brown country park sign. The entrance is located just after on the left. Admission: Entry to the park is free of charge although you do have to pay for parking if you come by car. Certain events carry a small charge per person. Members receive discounts on many of our activities. Parking: There is plenty of room for parking at Wandlebury, which is free for members and costs £3 per car for non-members. Parking costs £3 per vehicle – money that helps fund the upkeep of the park. Members of CambridgePPF are entitled to free parking all year round. For visitors with reduced mobility, there is disabled parking within The Ring – just follow the signs from the main car park up the tarmac drive to the Stable Block. Other modes of transport: Visitors to Wandlebury are encouraged to use sustainable modes of transport. You can easily reach Wandlebury by bus, on foot, or by bike. On foot use the path over the hill. By bike take the same route and leave your bike at our special racks. By bus, take the Stagecoach Citiplus X13 and X13a service between Cambridge and Haverhill. If you are travelling by car or motorbike, there is a visitor car park at the main entrance to Wandlebury. Park rules: Download a copy of our park rules and our new dog guidance which help to keep this special green space a happy safe place for visitors and wildlife.