With over 600 acres of parkland to explore, there are plenty of quiet spots to enjoy a peaceful walk at Calke Abbey. Pick up a park map and follow one of our marked trails, or download our seasonal favourites here. We offer plenty of guided walks if you want to learn more about Calke's historic parkland.
Take in the beautiful sights and sounds of the Calke Abbey Estate as the park comes alive with the vibrant reds of autumn.
Discover some of the oldest trees in Europe as these ancient inhabitants of Calke parkland unfold to tell their stories.
Enjoy a leisurely walk from Calke Abbey to Staunton Harold Reservoir, then reverse the route to come back again.
Enjoy this peaceful walk around Calke Park and take in the rich, varied landscape and wildlife of the parkland and gardens.
Take the multi-use Tramway trail today and discover some of the old horse-drawn tramway that linked Ticknall to Ashby.
Calke Abbey's parkland is open for local people to exercise in line with government guidance. Discover what's open, how to book, and what to expect from your visit here.
Calke Explore is open all year round, offering more opportunities to get outdoors and active in Calke Abbey’s inspiring parkland.
Find out all about bringing your canine companion for a day out at Calke Abbey.