Day visits to Brokerswood Country Park


Opening times:
Open daily (except 24th-26th December and 1st January).
10am to 6pm in Summer and 10am to 4pm in Winter (last admission 1 hour before closing).

Admission Charges:
£3.00 for adults and £2.50 for children and seniors.
This is the second most popular attraction in West Wiltshire after Longleat, but is a totally different experience – a treasure trove of woodland walks, a glorious 5 acre fishing lake and plenty of children’s play areas, combined with a consistent theme of conservation and nature.

Fun for all the family:
  • The Woodland Railway Company
  • Narrow gauge railway, 2/3 mile long linking 2 adventure playgrounds
  • A firm favourite with all our visitors
  • Fun for all ages
  • Open weekends and school holidays from Easter to October and also for special Christmas events
  • Return tickets still only £1.00 per person

Relax and enjoy lunch in natural surroundings near to and around the lake, you really feel that you are away from it all. Lakeside barbeque grills are available for hire - £3.00 hire charge and £10.00 refundable deposit. PLEASE NOTE – Disposable barbeques are not permitted for environmental and safety reasons.

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As this is a conservation area unfortunately there are no facilities in the park for any type of cycling.

Respect our environment – take your litter home!



Contact Us
Tel: 01373 822238
Fax: 01373 858474
Email: info@brokerswood.co.uk
Address: Brokerswood, Westbury, Wiltshire. BA13 4EH
Company Reg. No. 348 9813
Reg. Office: "Brockvere", Brokerswood, Westbury, Wiltshire BA13 4EJ
GOLD CONSERVATION AWARD
Brokerswood Country Park has received the prestigious David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award for the 5th year in a row – one of only 34 parks (out of 500 dotted around the UK) that have been presented with this honour.

“A very natural park. Absolutely superb with a pretty lake and forest walks”
Professor David Bellamy,
Naturalist and Broadcaster
Our recognitions and awards