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      Car Parking and Vehicle Use


      Car Parking and Vehicle Use

      Car Parking

      Car parking for blue badge holders is sited at the point in the car park closest to the Cycle Centre and near Exit A. These parking bays are surfaced with tarmac. Additional surfaced parking for badge holders is available at the lower end of the car park adjacent to the lodge access barrier at exit gate B.

      Roads throughout the car park have a tarmac surface. However, the car parking bays are made of compacted stone.

      On Village Car Parking

      Guest vehicles are only allowed access to the village on the day of arrival and departure for unloading and loading purposes. In circumstances where the driver of a vehicle has a disability that renders them unable to transfer from the car park to the accommodation without a car, our Mobility Service will be on hand to help. If the party have booked wheelchair adapted accommodation, an accessible parking space is provided close to the accommodation. However, the vehicle may not be used to travel on site throughout the stay. In circumstances where there is an absolute medical need to rely on a vehicle to be parked close to the accommodation throughout the course of the stay, which cannot be accommodated by the Center Parcs Mobility Vehicle, a permit for parking on Village will be provided. Wherever possible, such permits should be agreed in advance of the visit by our Guest Services team. Please note these are only granted where necessary.

      Center Parcs Mobility Vehicle

      An accessible vehicle is available, on request from Guest Services, to transport guests with disabilities which limit their ability to traverse the village on foot, around site. Where the use of this is for a booked activity, please arrange at the time of booking the activity or arrival on site for pre arrivals bookings. This service is offered on a first come first serviced basis and guests are asked to give as much notice as possible.

      Speed Limit on Site

      Please note that the speed limit on the village is 10 mph and that many children play and use bicycles around the site.

      Village Roads, Paths & General Topography

      Roads throughout the village have a tarmac surface. Due to the natural setting, roads do not have pavements. There are inclines on site. These vary in severity and some may not be suitable for independent wheelchair use. Copies of the village map, available from arrivals, indicate the location of these inclines.


      Main paths are tarmac, but again due to the natural setting and extent of the pathways, some pathways are crushed stone which can become weathered. Bicycles are permitted on most paths around the site, with few exceptions in very central areas. Paths crossing main roadways are provided with blister paving at crossings. Steps External steps and ramps throughout the site are provided with corduroy paving top and bottom.


      Lighting levels provided after dark have been designed not to compromise the rural environment and to minimise light pollution and are therefore substantially less than would be found in an urban setting.