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Alvaston Park Derbyshire

                                                                                            

Alvaston Park is situated in a popular area of Derby close to the M1 and A6 main road and approximately two miles from the city centre.  The park is adjacent to a public recreation area and close to the picturesque River Derwent providing opportunities for fishing and water sports. The Peak District is a short drive away which brings an area of outstanding natural beauty within easy reach of park residents.

Alvaston Park is a gated community and has a resident park manager to ensure peace of mind and security for all park residents.

 

Park Information

  • Permanent Site Licence
  • Natural Gas Supply
  • Regret No Pets
  • No one under the age of 25 to be resident
  • 10 Year Gold Shield Warranty Scheme
  • Members of the British Holiday & Home Parks Association

 

 Shops and Local Amenities

  • A variety of shops and super markets which cater for everyday needs can be found in Alvaston Village 10 minutes from the park.
  • Further shops can be found in Alvaston City Centre.
  • Doctors, Dentists, Opticians and Chiropodists are all located in Alvaston
  • Hospital Walk in Centre in Alvaston city centre with Derby Royal Hospital only 19 minutes away

 

Local Attractions

  • Alvaston Park Recreational area adjacent to the park covering 85 acres
  • Chatsworth House and gardens are less than an hours drive (see photo below)
  • Kedleston Hall House and gardens is 20 minutes away (see photo below)
  • Matlock Baths and Heights of Abraham are about 30 minutes drive (see photo below)

 

Out and About

  • Cinema in City Centre
  • Various Public Houses and Clubs in the City Centre
  • Derby County Football Club is 7 minutes from the park

 

Transport

  • Bus service to City Centre every 10 minutes from just outside the park
  • You can get to London from Derby in under 90 minutes, there is also a Skylink bus service from Derby train station connects directly to East Midlands Airport.

 

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