Dog walking at Knole

A dog out for a winter stroll

From Irish Wolfhounds to tiny Scottie-Poos, Knole is perfect for you and your pooch. Just a short walk away from Sevenoaks town centre, there’s over 1000 acres of parkland you can both enjoy.

That’s a lot of parkland, so we understand it can be a bit intimidating. If you’re new to the park, try one of our outdoor walks as inspiration.
The all-ability walk is perfect for dog-walkers with buggies, scooters or wheelchairs too.
Fallow deer in Knole Park

Knole deer park all-ability walk

The whole family can enjoy our all-ability walk exploring the wildlife of Kent’s only remaining deer park at Knole.

A few little things

Because of the nature of Knole’s parkland, there are just a few things to bear in mind when you’re heading out for a scamper:
  • Please keep your dog on a lead at all times. This is to protect the herd of wild deer who roam the parkland.
  • Please always pick up after your dog. The park is protected by SSSI status but we do now have a few dedicated dog bins. Please dispose of any dog waste in these or take it with you when you leave.
  • Dogs on leads are welcome in our Courtyards only. Assistance dogs are welcome indoors. 
  • Our car park doesn’t have shaded areas. So on sunny days, please avoid leaving your dog in the car.

What are you waiting for?  Explore Knole Park with your dog and enjoy a good walk.