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Cannock

Cannock Chase Country Park 

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Cannock Chase Country Park is one of the largest country parks in England. 

Size: 3000 acres (1214 hectares).

Location: Cannock Chase Visitor Centre, Cannock Chase Country Park, Marquis Drive, Hednesford, Nr. Cannock, Staffordshire, WS12 4PW

You can also  view the park location on Google Maps.

Facilities: Parking, toilets, disabled access, mobility scooter hire, shops, outdoor activity grounds, Great War Hut.

Tramper (Mobility Scooter) Hire: 90 minutes use for £5 per session, or £25 per annum.

There is a brief introduction in safety for operating the vehicle, then trail
maps are supplied to indicate the routes available for use. A form of I.D. must
be produced, along with a mobile phone number of the user, in case users get
into difficulty. 

A school visits service is also offered.

Opening hours

Visitor Centre: 

Winter: October to March 10am - 4pm.

Summer: April to September 10am - 5pm. Weekends 10am - 5pm.

Visitor Centre opening times are subject to weather conditions and staff availability. We do advise checking with the centre before travelling to ensure it is open on the date of your visit to avoid disappointment. Please call: 01543 876741.

Café:

Winter: October to March Weekdays 11am - 3pm. Weekends 10am - 4pm.

Summer: April to September everyday 10am - 5.30pm

Car parking

There are pay and display car parks at Marquis Drive and Milford Common. Charges are £1 for up to 3 hours and £2 thereafter. Season tickets are also available for regular visitors. These are available from the Visitor Centre and cost £22 per annum.

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