Visiting Fermyn Woods Country Park
Fermyn Woods Country Park is open all day, every day with free admission. However, the cafe and toilets have separate opening times.
Location and contact details
Fermyn Woods Country Park
Telephone: 0300 126 5933
Email: [email protected]
Follow the brown and white signs off the A6116 - Brigstock bypass.
There are regular bus services to and from Brigstock village, which is approximately a quarter of a mile from the park entrance.
Find bus timetables.
There is a designated cycle route from Corby to Brigstock village and the country park.
Parking costs and passes
Parking at Fermyn Woods Country Park costs:
- £3.20 for up to 4 hours
- £5.20 for up to 8 hours
- £7.20 for up to 12 hours
There is one pay point near the cafe - it takes coin or card.
Read more about parking costs and passes.
Height barriers are in place. Coach access by arrangement, fee applies. Contact the park for details.
Parking is always available but not in all areas of the park.
Toilet opening times
The toilets are open every day except Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
Opening times are:
- April to October: 9am to 4:30pm
- November to March: 9am to 4pm
- disabled toilet
- baby changing area
|Time of year||Weekdays||Weekends|
|2 January to end of February||10:30am to 3pm||10:30am to 4pm|
|March to October||10:30am to 4pm||10:30am to 4:30pm|
|November to 23 December||10:30am to 3pm||10:30am to 4pm|
|24 December to 1 January||Closed||Closed|
BBQs are currently banned due to the risk of fire.
We provide a pleasant dog friendly environment with areas where your dog is allowed off a lead (under control). Dogs are not permitted in the play area.
We provide dog bins in several places that are easily accessible.
Outdoor shelter for hire
Our open sided wooden shelter at Fermyn Woods Country Park is available to hire for £10 per hour. The shelter is suitable for parties, schools events and groups.
Visit the meeting rooms page for more information.
Access for all
Everyone, irrespective of age, ability or background, should feel welcome at our country parks and have an equal opportunity to discover, enjoy and benefit from them.
The Skylark Trail is an easy access path, hard surfaced with seats or resting points every 200 metres and with gradients less than 1:20. The Woodland and Forest walks are a mixture of hard-surfaced and soft tracks with some gradients of 1:10.
Blue Badge holder parking is available situated near to accessible toilets. Pay and display charges apply.
Last updated 25 January 2023