Formed from a mix of old woodland, farmland and a reclaimed colliery, over 110 acres of country park surrounds the hall and gardens.
Explore the park
The country park has continually won the Green Flag Award for excellence in green space management and is an important site for recreation, education and wildlife conservation.
Country Park landscape
Learn about the landscape, sculptures and woods surrounding Oakwell Hall.
Activities in the park
|Activity||Date and Time||Location||Further Information|
|Health Walks||Every Tuesday, 1:30pm||Meet in the Visitor Centre Courtyard||a gentle walk around the park, lasting no longer than one hour. No booking required|
|Nordic Walking||Every Wednesday, 10:30am||Meet in the Visitor Centre Courtyard||A more challenging walk. £1 per person to cover hire of equipment. No booking required|
|Parkrun||Every Saturday at 9am||Various||A 5km run around the park for all abilities. For more information and to register a place visit www.parkrun.org.uk|
Mountain bike trail
A free to use, 1.4km blue grade loop, suitable for beginners and those with a bit more experience.
Located in the woods to the north of the disused railway line, it can be found by following Warren Lane (our main drive) up past the Hall and Visitor Centre for 200 metres until you cross the railway bridge. The start can be found on your right hand side.
Please be aware that although this is suitable for beginners, you must wear a helmet and suitable clothing, ride in pairs/groups, have access to a mobile phone in case of emergencies, avoid using when dark and have a bike in good working condition.
Get involved with orienteering within the park and explore the grounds.
The country park has continually won the Green Flag Award for excellence in green space management.