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Brocks Hill Centre is set within the 30 hectare country park. Wildlife habitats include woodland, meadows, ponds and community orchard, which are all laid out with access friendly paths. The site has an accredited Green Flag award and Country Park...more
Washbrook Lane | Oadby, Leicester LE2 5JJ, England
All reviews den building area play area play equipment walk dogs all ages lovely place to visit cafe serving great place to take children adventure playground cafe on site school holidays lovely afternoon great fun toilets paths picnic snow
We often visit the park albeit ŵe have to travel by car but it is worth it. There is plenty of room to walk dogs and safe areas where you can see if there are any other walkers around just in case if nervous pooches....More
I frequently visit the country park as I live very close by and visit it in all seasons so I get to see the great colours of Autumn, the snow over winter and all the wild flowers in spring and summer. The park is a...More
Date of experience: October 2018
Reviewed 20 September 2018 via mobile
I met up here with friends for coffee and cake. The staff were friendly and the service was good. There were plenty of options and the food looked and tasted good. Nice surroundings and good opportunity to combine it with a walk
A great place to take children or just for a walk.
Quite a few trails to follow and outdoor play area for children to enjoy also other interests for them to explore.
There is a cafe on site although we found it rather expensive, better...More
Who knew this place was even there? I didn't but we had a great family trip there. It's just off the main road but is really peaceful. Perfect for us with a small baby and can definitely see us going there regularly as he gets...More
A simple set up of country park walks with a visitors centre and cafe (with cake) we have been a few times and thy hold events and sales.
Access to the centre is good and as it is a modern building so disabled facetiae’s are...More
Parking is an issue in school holidays or at weekends as there are lots of visitors to the leisure centre too. There are some nice walks around, and a range of play equipment. With sons of 1 and 3 we find there is less for...More
Good park for young children, lots of play equipment & plenty of space for them to run about. Cafe awful, wasn’t that busy but service unbelievably slow, used crockery laying around, dirty tables, poor choice of snack items, had cappuccino but was very poor. Would...More
I visited with my sister- in -law and our children and I can't fault the grounds or the play area although a lot of things were taped off so they couldn't go on them but plenty of other things to do then we decided to...More
Response from MLambertGeo | Reviewed this property |
I have seen joggers at Brocks Hill and there are no rules against it, just be aware that some of the paths further from the visitor centre can be a little narrow and it might interrupt your jogging! Perhaps as a deviation... More
I have seen joggers at Brocks Hill and there are no rules against it, just be aware that some of the paths further from the visitor centre can be a little narrow and it might interrupt your jogging! Perhaps as a deviation from a jog in the local Oadby area it would be good. I'm not sure you would get a particularly long run just running in Brocks Hill itself, maybe a couple of miles, but it's not massive. You could combine it with a run to Knighton Park nearby!