It’s incredibly important that all people have access to the countryside and can enjoy outside spaces.

Hampshire Countryside Service are committed to making our parks, centres, routes and trails as accessible as we can. We aim to give you necessary information so that you can feel prepared, safe, and relaxed while enjoying everything Hampshire has to offer.

Accessible route at River Hamble Country Park

Accessibility at our sites

Our main attractions have specific accessibility information on their websites, but here’s an overview:

Manor Farm is a predominantly pram and wheelchair friendly site and is dog-free.

River Hamble Country Park has well-surfaced trails which allow easy exploration of the country park, with benches located along the routes.

Staunton Farm provides concessionary rates for disabled visitors, free admission to one carer, a small sensory garden, gravel paths, accessible toilets and a changing places toilet.

Lepe Country Park has accessible toilets, a changing places toilet, accessible pathway to the pond dipping area, and beach accessible by ramps from the car park.

Queen Elizabeth Country Park is partially accessible for wheelchairs users and prams.

Royal Victoria Country Park is largely accessible to users of wheelchairs and pushchairs. Our play area has accessible equipment including accessible ramps for the climbing frame, and wheelchair accessible roundabout.

Titchfield Haven National Nature Reserve, including hides and shop, is all wheelchair accessible. Parts of the reserve may become difficult to access in very wet weather.

Accessible routes

The Accessible Countryside for Everyone (ACE) project provides information about accessible routes in Hampshire and across the UK. 

Find an accessible route

Changing Places sites

There are Changing Places toilets at Staunton Farm and Lepe Country Park.

For information and a list of available facilities (both in Hampshire’s parks and across the UK) visit

Accessible path at Lepe sensory garden