Yeovil Country Park






Yeovil Country Park takes you on a journey around woodlands and waterfalls following the River Yeo to meadow pastures and far reaching views to the wider countryside.

The park has five main areas all of which have very different characteristics and land features. The landscape varies from Ninesprings which is the most heavily used and accessible section with its network of footpaths and waterways to the Riverside walk which gives the feeling of being away from the hustle and bustle of town as you stroll through woodland following the path of the River Yeo.



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  • Parking On-Site Parking On-Site
  • Cafe/ Restaurant Cafe/ Restaurant
  • Family friendly Family friendly
  • Dogs Welcome Dogs Welcome
  • Toilets Toilets
  • WiFi WiFi
  • Free Entry Free Entry
  • Open All Year Open All Year
  • Picnic Area Picnic Area
  • Partial Disabled Access Partial Disabled Access
  • Play Park Play Park

Contact Details

Yeovil Country Park, Ninesprings Cafe, Brunswick Street, Yeovil, Somerset, United Kingdom, BA20 1QZ

Free Entry - Car parking charges may apply

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Explore Yeovil Country Park

Discover Yeovil Country Park and all it has to offer.

Yeovil Country Park Easy Access Trail

Accessibility Trail for Yeovil Country Park, Ninesprings

Wonderful Wildlife at Yeovil Country Park

Follow the markers around the country park to find the best places for spotting wildlife.

Ranger Rik

A children's nature trail around Ninesprings

30 things to do

Explore the countryside with this handy guide of 30 family friendly outdoor activities to try

Art in the Park

Discover the fascinating sculptures and artwork installations around Yeovil Country Park

Journey through time

A trail taking you back in time to discover the history behind Yeovil Country Park


Check out to see if you can help


There are plenty of ways to get involved at Yeovil Country Park. Opportunities for volunteering include practical habitat management and park maintenance, species surveying, litter picking and fundraising at our community events. Our volunteers join us for all sorts of reasons: to keep fit, to learn about wildlife, for the social element, to do their bit for the local community, to look after a place they enjoy and love and to have fun.


Practical conservation volunteers


At Yeovil Country Park the Countryside Rangers lead two regular practical volunteering sessions a week.


Monday 1pm to 3pm; A Ranger led volunteer session focussed on carrying out lighter practical tasks such as litter picking, shrub and flower border upkeep and footpath maintenance.


Thursday 10am to 3pm; A Ranger led volunteer session which involves harder physical practical tasks such as fencing, woodland management, scrub management, tree planting, hedge laying and much more.


You do not need to have any experience to join in, just a willingness to get involved and a passion for nature.  The volunteer tasks are physical in nature so you will need to have a fairly good level of fitness.


UPDATE 7th JULY 2021

Unfortunately there are no vacancies within the volunteer team at this time.

Please check back for updates


Find out more about group visits


The Community Heritage Officer can cater for private families, community groups or deliver curriculum based educational sessions at Yeovil Country Park.  Please click on the headings below to find out more.     

Birthday Parties  Community Events Education events



External Organisations

If you are an external organisation that wishes to host your event at Yeovil Country Park please contact us.

There may be a charge to host your event, but all charitable events are free. We will need to see a copy of your risk assessment, public liability insurance and an application form must be completed to hold an event at Yeovil Country Park.


Application Form to hold an event

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