Activities for all at Blickling Estate

Blickling is a great place for those wanting to get active and explore the great outdoors in Norfolk. From walking and cycling to running and fishing, there's lots to entertain every age and interest...

With over 4,600 acres of stunning parkland to explore at Blickling, highlights include ancient woodland, the Tower that was once used by the 2nd Earl of Buckinghamshire as a grandstand, and the striking pyramid Mausoleum. Not to mention sweeping views over the lake, back towards the hall.

People running outdoors at Kingston Lacy

Blickling parkrun 

Enjoy running? Then you'll love parkrun. A free, timed 5km run which takes place every Saturday at Blickling. You might get a little muddy and the temperature might be refreshing, but you'll certainly feel energised after a run around the park.

Blickling Estate's way marked trails are perfect for dog walkers.

Four legged friends 

There are wonderful places all over the Blickling Estate to explore with your dog. Head to Visitor Reception to find out the best walks for you and your pooch. For guidance on walking in the park, take a look at our walking leaflet.

Three walkers and their dogs at Blickling Bounders

Blickling Bounders 

Walkies! If you’re here with your dog on a Monday, why not join the Blickling Bounders – a dog-friendly walking group meeting every Monday at 10am by the Old School (Cycle Hub). If you'd like further information, please call the Ranger team on 01263 738063.

Our top three walks

A spot of fishing

Our fishing season runs from June through to March each year, offering people of all ages and abilities the opportunity to enjoy a spot of fishing at Blickling's beautiful lake. Open daily from 7am until sunset; enjoy watching wildlife and fishing a variety of species, including bream, roach and tench.


Take a multi-use trail with Lizzie Daly

Want a virtual tour of Blickling's multi-use trail? Follow Lizzie Daly and our area ranger Bethan as they Take to the Trail, and discover a lake full of wildlife, ancient lime trees, a mysterious landmark, plus walking tips for all the family.