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Sherwood Pines, Nottinghamshire

Go Ape Sherwood packs a punch with four brilliant outdoor adventures to get stuck into.

Be prepared for some serious speed on the Treetop Challenge course where the tandem zip wire speedometer can hit 20 mph. Kids are spoilt for choice with Treetop Adventure and Treetop Adventure Plus courses and one of the only three Nets Adventures in the UK. Decisions, decisions. Bounce in the clouds or climb up to the clouds?!

If you love to go off-road, hop on to one of our all-terrain Forest Segways and explore the varied terrain and beautiful woodlands.

Winter Opening Hours

We are open on weekends this winter (excluding Christmas Day), so grab your coat, gloves and hat and join us for an adventure.

Christmas Opening Hours

Escape to the great outdoors this festive period. We are open on the following days over the Christmas holidays:

Wednesday 29th - Friday 31st December
Monday 20th - Friday 24th December
Monday 27th - Sunday 2nd January

 

go ape adventures at sherwood

HIGH ROPE HIJINKS

Near to Robin Hood’s infamous Major Oak hideout, Go Ape Sherwood can be found 20-miles from Nottingham. The 100-year-old pines provide a high canopy and although the woodland is open, you’ll find our high ropes course nicely hidden.

If, after tackling the Big Four of Go Ape fun, you’re still up for more, there are over 3,300 acres for you to explore. The largest forest in East Midlands could keep the family busy for days!

Bring or hire bikes to take advantage of the popular cycling routes. 

Sherwood Pines is a regional centre of excellence with a marked Family Trail, Adventure Trail and the more demanding Kitchener’s Trail.

There are also two walking routes including the Dragonfly Trail which has an all-weather walking surface and children’s play areas.

Want to be at one with nature? You can sign up for a bushcraft course and learn the skills of shelter building, fire lighting, willow weaving and traditional woodworking.

Finish off with a relaxing drink and bite to eat at the Sherwood Pines Café.

Location Overview

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  • Disabled Access

  • Dogs welcome

  • Parking

  • Visitor Centre

  • Bike hire

  • Cycle trails

  • Food and drink

  • Go Moderate

  • Picnic Area

  • Play Area

  • Walking routes

  • Winter Opening

Sherwood Pines Forest Park, Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire, NG21 9JH

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Know Before You Go

  • Wear sensible clothes for adventure.
  • Footwear must be sturdy and suitable for the outdoors. No sandals, slip off shoes, open toes or heels.
  • Gloves are a good idea. Either bring a pair or you can buy them at the cabin on the day.

make a day of it

  • Bring or hire bikes and explore one of the cycle routes - they suit all abilities.

  • Bring a picnic and enjoy some al fresco dining.

  • Go orienteering with the Zogg trail.
  • Take a look at the Sherwood Pines Trenches which bring the Great War experience to life.

Stay Nearby with Forest Holidays

Immersed in Robin Hood history and surrounded by statuesque pine trees, the Forest Holiday’s cabins are surrounded by 3300 acres of Nottinghamshire woodland for the adventurer at heart.

Just a short walk to Go Ape and everything Sherwood Pines has to offer, the cosy cabins blend harmoniously into the forest landscape and are almost hidden from view.

 

Forest Holidays cabin at Sherwood Pines
  • My 7 year old loved it

    Darren Pallett

  • What a great experience for us and the kids!! We recommend this to anyone, instructors really helpful aswell if your abit scared of heights

    Emma Cavers

  • All day price is better than two hours

    Jannine Lowe

  • The kids and I thoroughly enjoyed the Tree Top Junior ropes course. We liked that they were able to get their confidence on the easier course and then challenge themselves with the trickier course. All staff were friendly and encouraging and the whole experience, from online booking to arrival and the course itself was well organised and professional. Would certainly come back.

    Alison

  • We took the kids age 11/10/7/2 and adults to support . It was good for the younger ones , the older two really wanted to go to the other site and will do next time . Great staff ... bob was ace at explaining stuff to kids and firm with grown ups too ;)

    Sarah Bartlett

  • Superb staff, enjoyed our hour on the nets (I took my 5 year old) but the price is just too much. I think when you come to sherwood pines the emphasis is on being out in the forest not to be spending so much money to entertain your children. Whilst we had to let my boy down 3 days earlier we booked it for half term. I only have one child, for larger families who may not have much disposable incomes it would be a real stretch. I’d suggest £7.50 per child with £5 for adults if they accompany a child. Net result for me would have been more than half price, £12.50, much fairer. Example for larger families 3 kids, £22.50, plus one adult, £27.50. Current price would be £60. As I say, great activity, great staff. Just think about the price.

    Patrick Murphy