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Being inside the M25 and close to the capital city, THORPE PARK Resort is easy to get to.


THORPE PARK Resort is located on the A320, and is clearly signposted from Junctions 11 and 13 of the M25 (Note: not accessible from Junction 12).

To plan your route, check out the AA Route Planner. If using GPS, use KT16 8PN as the destination postcode.

There is a charge for Car Parking; drivers can buy their tokens at the entrance gates. Merlin Premium Annual Pass holders can park for free.


Staines Railway Station is the recommended stop for THORPE PARK Resort. There are regular trains from Reading, Guildford and London Waterloo to Staines, where you can catch the 950 Shuttle Bus to the Park (see below). Approximately 5 trains run per hour to and from Waterloo, with a journey time of 30 - 50 minutes, depending on the timetable.

Alternatively, you can get to THORPE PARK Resort by taking a service to Chertsey station and using Bus 446 from Heriot Road.

Check timetables and service updates on the South West Trains website.


From Staines Rail Station, the easiest way to get to the Park is via the 950 Shuttle Bus service, operated by Sullivan Buses. Fares are £3.50 Adult return and the service operates from 9am - 12:30pm and 3:30pm - one hour after Park close. For more, see the Sullivan Buses website.

If coming by Bus from further afield, other services include:

For more information and route planning, check the Traveline website.


London has many airports, and their driving distances and approx travel times to the Park are shown below:

  • London Heathrow: 14 miles, 25 minutes
  • London Gatwick: 32 miles, 40 minutes
  • London Luton: 42 miles, 55 minutes
  • London City: 35 miles, 1 hour 25 minutes
  • London Stansted: 70 miles, 1 hour 25 minutes
For more on travel options to the Park, Thorpe Park's official website gives you more here.
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