Tall Trees is a well-established, modern park designed for the over-fifties on the edge of Nottinghamshire's market town Mansfield. Residents of the park will enjoy having access to the neighbouring touring park and its facilities which includes a fishing lake which looks over the picturesque Maun Valley Nature Reserve.
Tall Trees Park Location
The park is in a semi-rural location with beautiful views however benefits from being only a ten-minute drive away from the lively town of Mansfield and there is a bus at the entrance of the park which goes directly to the town centre. The park itself comprises of forty-two well-built contemporary homes with attractive designs and landscaped gardens. Tall Trees is also pet friendly.
There are many amenities in close walking distance to the park, including an ASDA supermarket, vets, post office and library. There are nearby coffee shops and local pubs, including The Foxglove, which is less than a ten-minute walk from the park and serves an excellent range of pub classics and modern British dishes.
The town of Mansfield has an extensive range of shops which include a range of quaint independent stores and high street retailers. Homeowners may choose to visit The Mansfield Palace Theatre and enjoy a brilliant range of entertainment from musical theatre to live music- suitable for all ages and may also enjoy a fun night out at the Gala Bingo Hall. Active residents will also be pleased to know the town is home to the Meden Sports Centre, which hosts a range of classes as well as having an indoor heated pool.
The stunning Sherwood Forest is a half-hour drive away from the park and is said to be home of the legendary Robin Hood. Not only is the forest picturesque with a beautiful woodland backdrop, but there is much to do, from relaxing spa treatments and strolling along the footpaths to archery and orienteering- perfect as a day out or weekend stay for visiting families! Nottingham Castle also makes a good day out with six acres of Victorian-inspired grounds to be discovered as well as a recently refurbished museum where visitors can explore Nottinghamshire's rich history as well as admire spectacular arts.
Tall Trees Park