Take a walk at Sheringham Park

With nearly a 1000 acres to explore you can take a short stroll or a long walk to enjoy the variety of habitats Sheringham Park has to offer.

Marked Trails

There are four waymarked routes with distances ranging from one to five miles taking you through the varying habitats  of the park. Coastal views, many created by landscape gardener Humphry Repton, are a feature of all the trails, the changing seasons will provide a different look for each visit and you never know what you may see around the next corner. Will it be a butterfly, a bird or maybe one of the three species of deer that can be spotted here? Download a map to see the trails in more detail

Sheringham welcome leaflet (PDF / 2MB) download

Woodland and Coastal walk

If you would like experience the range of habitats that Sheringham Park has to offer this is the walk for you.  Your route will take you through woodland, parkland, farmland and along the cliff edge giving you the opportunity to enjoy the many natural highlights of the park.

Reptons Walk

Humphry Repton presented his design for Sheringham Park way back in 1812. Over 200 years later you can still enjoy the coastal views he created and appreciate why he stated ‘Sheringham possessed more natural beauty and local advantages, then any place I have ever seen’