You are welcome to bring your four legged friends to Kingston Lacy in Dorset and we have plenty of walks around the estate for you to enjoy.
There's so much to see and do on a day out at Kingston Lacy - you'll find plenty of activities to enjoy.
A moderate walk through the water meadows by the River Stour, with short distances on country lanes and along gravel tracks.
A gentle walk through the beautiful unspoilt villages of Pamphill and Cowgrove with good views across the Stour Valley.
A walk round the beautiful network of droves and along the stunning 1835 Beech Avenue and back along the outskirts of the Kingston Lacy parkland.
Discover some of the history, flora and fauna of the ancient Iron Age hill fort of Badbury Rings and High Wood on this walk.
A fascinating walk discovering the history, flora and fauna of the ancient Iron Age hill fort of Badbury Rings and The Oaks wood.
A walk from Pamphill Green through Kingston Plantation to Kingston Lacy House where you can view American hospital remains and St Stephen’s Church.
The walk explores this important lowland heath, which is one of the largest areas of its type in Dorset. All six of Britain's reptile species are found here.
Walk upstream along this beautiful stretch of the Stour river with much interesting bird life and through the unspoilt areas of Pamphill and Cowgrove.
Take a gentle walk through the beautiful unspoilt village of Pamphill with its wide variety of flora and fauna.
There are woodland secrets and wildlife to enjoy on a circular walk around Holt Heath nature reserve which holds European importance.
Shapwick is a great place to catch your breath, with idyllic views and a great pub in which to relax in an area closely associated with Roman history.
Pamphill is the perfect place to catch your breath while wandering around the hidden Dorset villages, where you can have a picnic on the green, or take a drink in the local pub.
An easy walk that starts from Eye Bridge and includes walking along a beautiful stretch of the Stour river with some interesting bird life.
Starting by an 18th-century mill, the walk goes over rough pasture, alongside the River Stour, through the picturesque village of Shapwick and returns on lanes to White Mill.
A fairly flat walk from the old village of Shapwick and along the tracks and droves and also including the Kingston Lacy Beech Avenue.