Where is KingsStock?
KingsStock’s summer music festival is located at Moggerhanger Park.
Moggerhanger Park is found off Park Road in the village of Moggerhanger, on the A603 between the towns of Sandy and Bedford in Bedfordshire. It is literally a 5 minute drive from the A1, giving great transport links to the U.K.
Before you travel, check out the very latest travel news at the Highways Agency, or use Google maps to find a route.
Car parking is currently provided for free on site. Please follow the instructions given to you on arrival by our friendly Car Park Stewards. The majority of the parking is on mowed parkland. Moggerhanger Park kindly ask that the main car park is reserved for guests of the hotel. For further information, visit the Information page.
Why not car share your way to KingsStock! Will you have a spare seat or two in your vehicle? Offer to pick up other event goers from the train station, or Sandy Bus Station using our Facebook page. And we’ll even repost requests to help you get on site quicker and easier.
You can find out more information about this station here.
Taxis are available at the station or a private hire can be booked in advance with a local firm.
Stagecoach Bedfordshire runs the 73 service through Bedford, Moggerhanger and Sandy. Details can be found on the Stagecoach website.
This really isn’t the most logical way to visit our festival, but if you insist you will find Priory Marina tucked away on the banks of the River Great Ouse, set in the 250-acre Priory Country Park, Priory Marina is an oasis of peace and tranquillity.
Not the most obvious form of travel, but the delightful little Bedford Microlight Airsports airfield is just down the road from the festival. They charge a £5.00 landing fee, which includes a hot beverage. You might even want to book a flight with them to get a birds eye view of the festival. Prices are from £80.00.
Please be aware that if you are traveling to the festival by Pogo Stick that there are two cattle grids on site that you will need to dismount for, this is unless you are capable of pogoing at least 200cm in one jump. Once at the festival we offer priority parking to anyone using this mode of transport.