Tumblestone Hollow at Stonor

Tumblestone Hollow at Stonor

Date of Adventure: 13 Mar, 2023

If you haven’t been to this EPIC adventure playground then here’s the lowdown: High level double walkways link to the central towers with rope climbs, balance logs, ladders, bridges, climbing walls, tunnels and poles branching off. All built around the trees and following a magical theme, watch out for the mystical carvings in the wood and the stone circle in the playground. The popular double slide tower is still there and has been connected to the main equipment via a bridge and walkway. Aimed at children up to the age of 12, my two older boys were off happily navigating the equipment on their own whilst my little one needed supervision and help climbing – leave your dignity at the gate people, you’ll be squeezing and squashing yourself through some pretty tight spaces!

The original equipment is still a hit, but now the little kids can have it to themselves whilst the older ones run wild on the adventure playground. The water play always attracts quite the crowd with some serious engineering going on with bridges being constructed and canals dug out of the sand. Bring spare clothes, sleeves and trousers will get wet; and so they should with this much fun and exploration! The zip wire, baby swings, nest swings and tunnel are all still a cause for delight.

Do leave time to explore the surrounding parkland, it’s included in your ticket and is beautiful.



Prices are for a 3 hour session in the playground plus gardens access
Adults also have to purchase a ticket

FREE entry for mums on Mother's Day
Adult (over 16): £9
Child (over 105cm: £10
Child (92cm - 105cm): £8
Under 92cm: Free
Adult carers: Free
9.30am - 5.30pm
Open everyday in school holidays then Friday - Sunday until November
Check website as local holiday dates may differ
Pre-booking required
Café open
Accessible but on uneven terrain. Wheelchair users may struggle to manouvere
27 minutes from Headington roundabout
Nearest train station is Henley-on-Thames, 5 miles from Stonor Park
Free parking
The details


Stonor, Henley-on-Thames RG9 6HF

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Rear of The Victoria Arms leading to the river

Did you


Oxford Preservation Trust bought the Victoria Arms pub in 1959 to save the nearly derelict building. Now fully renovated, this rural gem re-opened in 1984. It's still standing proud and serving Oxford’s pub-goers every day!

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