Arnot Hill Park
Arnot Hill Park
A beautiful, Green Flag Award winning park set in the leafy suburbs of Arnold, Nottingham.
The park has a a bowling green and pavilion, skate park, ball courts, rose garden and also a privately ran cafe on site.
Arnot Hill Park is also home to an arts trail comprised of over twenty wood carvings, murals, ceramic pieces and mosaics. The art work has been produced by professional artists working alongside community groups and schools from the across the borough. You can download a trail guide to lead you around the park and help you locate the art work or collect a printed copy from the Civic Centre.
3-2-1 1km Route
You can run, jog or walk around our 1km accessible route. Run England's 3-2-1 initiative aims to provide a range of marked out running routes across the Country that anyone can have a go at.
Arnot Hill Park's 1km Route starts and finishes outside Arnot Hill House, where there is a map displaying the route.
Getting to the park
The Park is located just outside of Arnold Town Centre, at Arnot Hill Park, Nottingham Road, Arnold, Nottingham, NG5 6LU
The park has several bus stops nearby with regular services, and is within walking distance of Arnold Town Centre.
There are nearby bus stop both towards and from Nottingham City Centre, and towards and from Calverton. There are also buses from Carlton and Clifton that stop near the park.
There are two public car parks at Arnot Hill Park. The first is immediately on the right as you come into the park, this is a pay and display car park however two hours free parking is available (a ticket will still need to be displayed for the free period).
The second public car park is found further up from the main entrance and is directly in front of the Civic Centre building. This is a short stay car park and parking is only valid for up to one hour. No ticket is needed to be displayed in this car park.
A full copy of our management plan is available to view, and is deliberately designed as a working tool to assist staff, contractors, stakeholders and the park’s ‘Friends’ group to articulate and share their vision, understand their roles and responsibilities and plan for the future of Arnot Hill Park.
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