Picture of the New Forest National Park from a drone

Accessibility

At New Forest Wildlife Park, we believe wildlife is for everyone. We are working hard to make sure our park is as enjoyable as possible for all visitors. Please find some information below which may help you plan you visit.

Sensory Map
We have created a sensory map of the park so our visitors are aware of areas where loud noises and smells may be found. We've also highlighted the dark area for our nocturnal animals and the areas where animals roam freely. A sensory map of the park can be downloaded here


Social Script
It might be helpful for some visitors to know what to expect from their trip. Click here to download our social script prior to your visit. 


Disabled access

We welcome wheelchair and mobility scooter users and visitors with limited mobility. However, the woodland trails and natural forest environment may pose difficulties for some visitors. Please telephone the park prior to your visit to discuss your requirements, and we’ll do our best to help.

 

Free entry for carers
We offer discounted rates to visitors with disabilities and their carers (one carer per visiting adult or child with disabilities or special educational needs). Proof of disability can include a Blue Badge, Access Card or similar, DWP letter (i.e PIP, DLA), statement of special educational needs from a LEA, or a letter from a medical professional on NHS headed paper stating carer required.


Registered Assistance Dogs

Only Registered Assistance Dogs are welcome to visit New Forest Wildlife Park 

All dogs must wear their harness/uniform and be on a short lead where applicable.

Assistance dog identification/registration may be requested.

For the welfare of our wolves, lynx and free-roaming wallabies, dogs are not allowed to walk through Wallaby Wood

Please ensure your dog does not upset other visitors or our animals.


Toilets & Baby Changing
We have toilets are located at the entrance to the park and midway through. There are maps around the park to help you locate them

Baby changing facilities are at the entrance.

 

For information about travelling to New Forest Wildlife Park, please visit the find us page.

children on a climbing bridge

Explore our Go Wild Playgrounds!

Let the kids run wild in our two adventure playparks filled with climbing frames, swings and fun!

Adventure Playgrounds

Family eating the the Forest Kitchen Restaurant at New Forest Wildlife Park

Forest Kitchen Restaurant

Why not stop for a snack at the Forest Kitchen Restaurant. Offering a variety of sandwiches, children's lunch boxes, drinks amd treats!

Forest Kitchen Restaurant

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