Family walks in the South East

We know that a wander together through peaceful parks or wild woodlands is a great way to spend time with the family. Create special memories on one of our trails where you’ll find areas of interest for both big kids and little ones. Let your imagination run wild in the story telling chairs at Sheffield Park or come face-to-face with a woodland wizard at Hatchlands Park.

There are loads of den building materials in our woodland playtrail

Sheffield Park play trail 

With climbing walls, storytelling chairs and lots of den building materials, there's plenty to keep your little ones entertained on this circular play trail, suitable for all ages.

Child playing in the natural adventure area
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Hatchlands Park 

Loop around a circular trail which takes around 45 minutes, to reach our children's natural adventure area. Get to grips with hand-crafted willow tunnels, domes, balance beams and sculptures; we've even got wood piles for den building. With benches for tired parents to take a break, there’s a spot for everyone to enjoy.

Family running through a meadow with their dog with the Magna Carta memorial in the background, at Runnymede in Surrey
Walking trail

Ankerwycke 

Take a leisurely wander through the park at Ankerwycke across gentle terrain. This 30 minute trail is just over half a mile and perfect for a riverside stroll with the family on a lazy Sunday afternoon.

Family visiting The Jurors artwork at Runnymede
Walking trail

Runnymede 

Explore Simon's Wood wet woodland and lowland heath habitats, providing an increasingly rare habitat for many birds and invertebrates. An easy level walk great for little legs.

A little girl balances on a fallen tree at our natural play trail at Box Hill in Surrey
Walking trail

Box Hill play trail 

Our Natural Play Trail is full of hidden surprises and opportunities for you to practise everything from balancing to den making. This easy two-mile level walk is great for adventurous toddlers.

The Stepping Stones at Box Hill, Surrey
Walking trail

Box Hill stepping stones walk 

Older or more adventurous children will enjoy this longer walk with views of the Surrey Hills. Will you beat the challenge of the 270 steps down and the climb back up the hill? Your reward is passing by one of Box Hill's oldest buildings, the Fort, and taking in one of Surrey's iconic landmarks, the Stepping Stones on the river.

A family enjoys the sights in Knole Park, Kent
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Knole 

The whole family can enjoy our all-ability walk. Explore the wildlife of Kent’s only remaining deer park which has remained substantially unchanged since medieval times. Spot fallow deer, part of the same herd that’s thrived here since the 16th century.

A lady and three children enjoying a walk at Stowe
Walking trail

Stowe 

Enjoy a peaceful family-friendly walk around the lakes at Stowe, looking at beautiful temples, spotting wildlife and enjoying views as you walk along. Recently upgraded paths through the wooded area allow pushchair and wheelchair access.

Family walking at Polesden Lacey, Surrey
Walking trail

Polesden Lacey 

This easy route is great for all the family, so round them up and have a fun day outdoors tramping through our estate and discovering the delightful wooded valley. Dog friendly too.

 A family at Morden Hall Park, London
Walking trail

Morden Hall Park 

Take an easy stroll through this historic parkland, created by the Hatfeild family in the 19th century, and experience inspiring surroundings. Great for all the family and pushchair friendly too.

Top of Coombe Hill in Buckinghamshire
Walking trail

Chilterns Countryside 

This gentle circular stroll, which takes around 40 minutes, takes in the best Coombe Hill has to offer. You can expect incredible views across the Aylesbury Vale to rare chalk grassland filled with wild flowers and butterflies in the summer.