Visiting Belton with your dog

A greyhound looking across Belton park, Lincolnshire

With acres of gardens and parkland to explore, Belton is a great place for dog walking.

Where can my dog go?

We love dogs at Belton, and they are welcome in the gardens, parkland and courtyard areas, including the gift shop, second-hand bookshop and the Stables Café.

There are often sheep grazing across the parkland, and the deer never leave, so please always keep your dog on a short lead.

There's over 1300 acres to explore, with a variety of woodland, hills and streams. Whether you’d like a gentle stroll or a longer, bracing walk, enjoy Belton’s parkland with your dog.

Where can’t my dog go?

Only registered assistance dogs are allowed in the outdoor adventure playground, the Mansion and the Ride Play Café. 

What do I need to be aware of at Belton?

To make sure everyone has an enjoyable day please follow our Canine Code:

  • Take the lead: help reduce the chance of your pup disturbing wildlife by keeping them on a lead at all times.
  • Scoop that poop: bag it and bin it to keep your favourite places beautiful.
  • Paws for thought: look out for information signs and take extra care on the cobbles.
  • Be on the ball: not everyone loves dogs, so keep them close by.

What facilities are available for my dog?

We've dedicated dog bins for you to use around the park, and water bowls are available in the stable yard. Doggy ice cream are treats are available from the Stables café as well as the gift shop.

Looking for an off-lead area?

Head to the woods behind Bellmount Tower. You can reach the woods from the carpark on Five Gates Road. Once you are in the woodlands your dog can be off lead.

Bellmount Tower overlooks the Belton estate
Bellmount Tower, Belton House, Lincolnshire
Bellmount Tower overlooks the Belton estate