Leave the A1(M) at junction 34 (Blyth). At the roundabout, take the A614 heading towards Bawtry. The A614 runs into the A638 through Bawtry. Follow the A638 through Bawtry, heading north towards Doncaster. Approximately 3.5 miles after leaving Bawtry take a right turn into Hurst Lane, signposted for Auckley. Proceed along Hurst Lane for approximately 1.5 miles until you arrive at a crossroads with Hayfield Lane. Turn right into Hayfield Lane. Robin Hood airport is approximately three quarters of a mile further along on the right after Hayfield Green.
From the west via the M62:
Take the M62 eastbound towards Hull. Turn off the M62 at junction 35 and follow the M18 southbound. Leave the M18 at junction five and head eastbound on the M180, leaving almost immediately at junction 1. Take a right turn at the roundabout, heading south towards the A614 signposted for Bawtry. Follow the signs for the A614 and Bawtry. Travel through Hatfield Woodhouse and continue for approximately two miles into Blaxton. At the Blaxton roundabout turn right and follow the road, passing Walkers Nursery/Garden Centre on the left. Take the next left into Gatehouse Lane. After crossing the railway line take the right turn at the roundabout and continue for approximately 200 yards. The entrance to Robin Hood airport is on the left.
By car from the east via the M180/M18:
Follow the M180 to the end. At the roundabout, take the right hand lane and follow it all the way around, coming back on yourself so you are now heading eastbound on the M180 towards Scunthorpe. Leave the motorway at junction one. Take a right turn at the roundabout, heading south towards the A614 signposted for Bawtry. Follow the signs for the A614 and Bawtry. Travel through Hatfield Woodhouse and continue for approximately two miles into Blaxton. At the Blaxton roundabout turn right and follow the road, passing Walkers Nursery/Garden Centre on the left. Take the next left into Gatehouse Lane and after crossing the railway line, take the right turn at the roundabout and continue for approximately 200 yards. The entrance to Robin Hood airport is on the left.
Please drive up to the entry barrier, where the ANPR system will read your number plate and automatically issue you with a ticket. Take the ticket and the barrier will rise allowing you to enter. Keep the ticket safe as you will need this to exit. You can then drive in, park your car and walk to the terminal as it's only a 2 minute walk away.
If there are any problems with the system recognising your number plate, please press the button for a ticket and the barrier will rise.
On your return, please walk to the car park and pick up your car where you left it. Drive to the exit barriers and insert your ticket. The barrier should rise automatically and you can drive home.
If you had to press the button for a ticket when you arrived, you'll need to press the button on your way out and give the operator your booking reference number and surname. They'll then be able to open the barrier manually for you.
The car park has CCTV, 24 hour manned patrols and has been awarded a Park Mark for its security.
Cars are parked at their owners' own risk, subject to the terms and conditions of the car park.
Disabled parking is available on all on-site car parks, however individual spaces can't be reserved and are subject to availability.
You park your own car and get to keep your keys.
There is no height restriction.
Trailers and coaches aren't allowed at the car park unless the airport has already been notified. If you are looking to park a trailer, please call the provider and one of the team will contact the car park to confirm whether it can be accommodated.
Make sure you have your booking confirmation with you when you arrive at the car park and when you leave.
If you stay for more days than you booked, you will be charged at the car park's current daily rate. If you stay for fewer days than you booked, you will not be given a refund.