- Organised activities
- Planning your own event
- Dog walking
- Play area
- Segway course
- Mountain biking
- Our apiary
- Barbecues and picnics
- Drones and releases
Want to know what's on? Visit our Facebook page or the Ticket Source website to buy tickets for events.
Indoor Boot Sale in the Countryside Centre, every third Sunday of the month
Our Royal Trail will be taking place over the Coronation weekend (6 May 2023)
Bark in the Park (20 May 2023)
Den Building Championships (21 May 2023)
Annual Robin Hood trail, Halloween Trail and Guy Fawkes Making - tickets for these events will be available to purchase on Ticket Source in due course
Santa Paws Dog Grotto and Children's Magical Santa experience in December 2023 - tickets will be available to purchase on Ticket Source in due course.
If you have queries about our events or would like to volunteer, please email email@example.com.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the word "Events" in the subject line and we will add you to our database.
Planning your own event
If you would like to plan your own event in the park, such as a charity sponsored walk or family day, then please let us know. The first step is to complete the form below and email it to us at email@example.com.Application Form for Events and Casual Bookings on HDC Land
If you would like to know approximate distances of certain routes around the park, then download the park map [PDF, 0.8MB], which has various distances marked on it.
If you would like to host a large, commercial event please refer to guidelines found on the Running an event or party on HDC land page.
Dogs are very welcome around the park but must be kept within sight and under control at all times, on a lead within the Wildlife Area and in the cafe.
For more information, read our Dog Walker and Owners Guide [PDF, 1.5MB].
We have a fenced in, dog-free, play area next to the cafe with a variety of play equipment, including a zip wire.
The play area is now open and we ask that you are considerate and follow the guidelines including maintaining social distancing at all times, washing hands and not using the play area if you or anyone in your household has symptoms of coronavirus. Reduced numbers of staff are working on sites and we would appreciate it if you could take any litter home with you. Thank you for your support.
Take to the Segway course on these environmentally friendly, fun-filled machines as you navigate the twists, turns and uneven surface of this spectacular venue! A fun-filled experience, a Segway Event is a fantastic day for people of all ages as you control the speed of the Segway with your own weight! Offering 3 different experiences there's something for everyone!
Head to Segway Events to book your experience now!
We have a specially designed course for mountain bikers, with mounds of various sizes. Please take care when cycling around the park and respect other users. We recommend cyclists wear the correct safety clothing and that younger children are supervised by an adult.
Fishing is allowed at specific platforms in the main lake and Alconbury Brook. Tickets can be obtained via the bailiff on the bank or the Stanjay Fishing and Trophies website. For more information download our leaflet [PDF, 1.5MB]. There is no fishing during the closed season, which is 15 March to 15 June.
We have our own honey bees in the park, cared for by members of Huntingdonshire Beekeepers' Association (HBKA). It's open every day between April and September. Volunteer beekeepers from HBKA check the hives every Sunday between 2pm and 3pm. You can watch them at work from the safety of the viewing gallery.
Honey from our bees is usually on sale in the cafe. The HBKA also runs courses for beekeepers who are just starting out - visit their website for details.
Barbecues and picnics
Come along to the park and enjoy a picnic or barbecue. The park has three fixed barbecue stands available for use by our visitors on a first-come, first-served basis. You may bring your own charcoal barbecue but please do not sit it on the grass. We have some paving slabs located next to a few picnic benches that you can use. Please dispose of your barbecue responsibly.
Organised groups such as Duke of Edinburgh Award, Guides and Scouts can take part in camping and related activities in our sheltered campsite. A campfire is permitted within the camp area.
Please note that camping by the public is not allowed anywhere on site.
We have a comprehensive range of activities for all ages and abilities, from KS1 to KS2.
Please see the Educational Visits page for more information.
Use of drones and other remote controlled equipment
Please note drones and other remote controlled machines such as aeroplanes, helicopters, cars and boats are not allowed to be used anywhere in Hinchingbrooke Country Park, unless you have permission by HDC.
Because of the impact of these on the environment, Chinese lanterns, fireworks, butterflies or balloons are not permitted. Thank you for your cooperation with this.