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Box Hill - so much to explore

Box Hill is the perfect place to discover a family walk and explore the beautiful Surrey Hills. Forming part of the North Downs, Box Hill has breathtaking views across the surrounding countryside. It's home to some fantastic wildlife and plants too, including the Adonis blue butterfly and bee orchid.

This month, why don't you try out some of our fantastic walks leaflets? There are lots of walks over the hill, which you can download here, or collect on site. Whatever the weather and however much time you have, there'll be something for everyone.

May half-term activity week

Woodland parkour at Box Hill © Jack Burrows

 Monday 25 - Friday 29 May 

  • Monday - crafts and wide games
  • Tuesday - woodcraft day
  • Wednesday - film making day - extra charge and booking by email
  • Thursday - mountain rescue day - extra charge and booking by email
  • Friday - 'Wild Art' day

Daily trails, activities and woodland parkour also to try - extra charge and booking required. Please email us for more information.

The Big Camp at Box Hill

Pitch your tent for The Big Camp © NTPL

Sleep under the stars on Box Hill's iconic Donkey Green

  • Saturday 18 July
  • £15 adults
  • £10 children aged 5 - 16 years old
  • Booking essential by calling 01372 220644

Find out more about The Big Camp

Borrow a kite or tracker pack

Discover creepy crawlies at Box Hill © NTPL/John Millar

Head over to the shepherd's hut to borrow a kite or tracker pack for free. Tracker packs contain binoculars, compass, note pads and pencils and are a fun way to explore the great outdoors.

Dogs at Box Hill

Taking a rest at Box Hill © NTPL/John Millar

Dogs are very welcome at Box Hill. Please be a considerate owner and clear up after your dog - bag it and bin it, any bin will do. There are water bowls at the visitor centre and dog biscuits at the shepherd's hut. Please be aware that belted Galloway cattle graze on areas of Box Hill.

Bluebells at Box Hill

Ladies enjoying the Bluebells

Ladies enjoying the Bluebells

Pick up a walks guide to take you to Juniper Top - the woodland in this area boasts magnificent displays of this protected flower. Please stick to the paths and don't pick any plants. 

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