Wandlebury Country Park is open every day of the year - from dawn to dusk.

This lovely estate is owned and cared for by the local charity Cambridge, Past, Present & Future who need your help and support to maintain the park.

Entry is FREE but car parking charges apply (tickets are valid all day):

  • Monday-Friday = £3.15
  • Saturdays = £3.50
  • Sundays & Bank Holidays = £3.90

The car parking machine only accepts card payment.

Car parking income directly supports the park - we are a charity that receives no government or council funding for the running of the park.

You can enjoy the following facilities, which are all available (no Covid-19 closures): 

  • Toilets (including disabled toilet). 
  • Picnic benches and seats
  • Over 8kms of paths to explore woodlands, meadows and orchards
  • Den building area
  • Wildlife viewing hide
  • Popup cafes, weather permitting, on Saturdays and Sundays and selected weekdays from 10am to 5pm between April and October and until 3pm during Winter - please check social media for details
  • Games field
  • BBQ areas to hire
  • Meadow, field centre and marquee to hire for special occasions
  • Warden service

Dogs are very welcome but you must keep them on leads at all times. Dog bins are provided.

Cycling is not allowed in the park (except young children) but cycle parking is available at the car park.

Private coach parties must book in advance.

Click here to download a visitor guide and map of Wandlebury.

Directions & Transport

Wandlebury is located on the Gog Magog Hills just south of Cambridge and is signposted off the A1307. Postcode CB22 3AE.

The park is 2 miles south of Addenbrooke’s Hospital roundabout on A1307 between Cambridge and Haverhill. There is a cycle path alongside the A1307 to the park.

Wandlebury is well-served by Stagecoach Citiplus X13 and X13a bus service between Cambridge and Haverhill. There are stops close to the park entrance.