The park contains the remains of the 13th Century stone castle keep set upon its 60ft high motte overlooking the town, as well as its inner and outer baileys which are ideal areas for recreation and picnics. The inner bailey also contains the former railway station which now houses the Platform One Cafe serving hot drinks and food throughout the year.
Away from the open green areas visitors can find the footpaths through the trees and along the banks of the River Stour and along the old railway line. Here can be viewed the variety of trees and plant life, and information boards show the various birds and water life which can be seen along the waters’ edge.
On the 7th December 2018, the Trustees of Clare Castle Country Park in conjunction with the Heritage Lottery Fund’s #ThanksToYou campaign are inviting 20 National Lottery players to a presentation
Parkrun takes place in Clare Castle Country Park every Saturday at 9am, starting from near the car park. The 5km course is run on a mixture of tarmac paths and
To run and improve the Park we need the help of volunteers to carry out a wide range of different activities. If you are willing to give up some of your time there is almost certainly something you can do that will be of real help and of interest to you. Find out more.