Getting Around

Cavendish Park offers a small town location with excellent connections to larger local towns. To find out more check out our pages on The Meadows shopping centre, Camberley and local rural facilities.

By car

  • Cavendish Park is 5 minutes’ drive from junction 4 of the M3, which gives straightforward access to London in one direction and the New Forest and Southampton in the other.
  • The A30, less than a mile away, is a very useful major route, linking Sandhurst to Hartley Wintney and Ascot, locally. It provides an alternative route into Central London, heading East or a direct drive to Salisbury and the South West.

By train

  • Blackwater Station is a 3 or 4 minute drive from Cavendish Park and gives direct regular services to Basingstoke, Reading and Guildford.
  • Camberley station, a few minutes further away, provides a direct service to Sunningdale, from which passengers can pick up services to Clapham and Waterloo.

By bus

  • The 194 bus stops on Yorktown Road, very near to the Cavendish Park entrance, en route between Bracknell and Camberley.

Connections by road, rail and bus to Cavendish Park, SandhurstLovely walks and rural areas wtihin easy reach of Cavendish ParkGreat options for shopping, eating out and entertainment in nearby Camberley town centre.M&S and Tesco flagship stores are right on the doorstep.

For further information about Cavendish Park and the local area, please check out the links above and our pages on location, our Park Guidelines and Homes for Sale.

Get updates when we have homes for sale