A route from Respryn
The car park at Respryn is a good place to begin a walk along the River Fowey and there’s the chance to see kingfishers, the occasional otter and dippers in residence on most days. The river is flanked by beautiful semi-natural ancient woodland that is peppered with wild daffodils in early spring followed by a smothering of bluebells and aglow with all the rusty shades of oranges and yellows in autumn.
The paths are level and firm offering good access for all and a choice of circular routes to and from the car park.
Freedom to roam
The parkland has no specific marked paths but is free to access all over, it has to be walked through to be truly appreciated and here you’ll find ancient trees, remarkable views and wildflowers. There’s even a Victorian swimming pool hidden away along the northern edge.
It's a great place to escape from everything, relax, enjoy a picnic or if you feel like something a bit more active why not follow the way-marked 5km parkrun route.
Estate walks happen weekly from April to October - perfect if you'd like to explore further or off the beaten track. Our friendly guides will lead walks every Thursday starting at 2pm from the visitor reception building.
From November to March there are monthly guided walks. Please contact the Property Office on 01208 265950 or see the What's on section of the website for information about these walks.
For information on horse riding or fishing please call the property office on 01208 265950.