Home to beautiful scenery and a variety of things to see and do.

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History of Campsall Country Park

Campsall Hall was the home of the Frank family for several generations. The hall and grounds were extensively enlarged during the time of Richard Frank (1698-1762), who introduced many of the plants still seen today, including London plane, Wellingtonia, beech and yew.

Although much of the estate was sold for housing development in the 1950s, Campsall Country Park remains a popular visitor attraction today.

The once private pleasure gardens of Campsall Hall are now accessible for everyone to enjoy.

Things to see and do at Campsall Country Park

  • junior play area with great facilities including a rope spider-web climbing frame and a zip-wire
  • toddler play area
  • beautiful scenery including meadows, ponds and wildflower areas
  • woodland areas home to various species of wildlife
  • picnic areas
  • playing fields
  • angling
  • walking routes and nature walks
  • the Askern Lake/Library Walk and the Age UK Campsall Walk are local walking groups

For more information about these activities, call 01302 736020.

Getting to the park

Campsall Country Park is near Park Drive, postcode DN6 9NU. There's parking available at the park.

You can also use the Travel South Yorkshire journey planner. Just enter where you're going from and where you're going to (Campsall Country Park).

To see the park and areas listed above, check out the following Google Maps view:

Who looks after the park?

Campsall Country Park has a highly-active Friends of Campsall Country Park who work with us on conserving and improving the park. For more information on volunteering at the park, call 01302 736020.

Parks and outdoor spaces

For a list of parks and outdoor spaces in Doncaster, how to report an issue and how to apply for a memorial in one of these spaces, visit our parks and outdoor spaces page. 

Last updated: 25 May 2023 10:42:36

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