Whether you're on the heath or the roads near the beach, the Studland Peninsula in Dorset is a great place to explore on your bike.
Horse riding on Studland Beach or exploring the nearby countryside on horseback is an unforgettable experience.
Watch our fun video to find out how you and your best friend can have fun, stay safe and make the most of Studland Bay alongside all our other visitors.
Breathtaking views of the Jurassic coast and unique rock formations await you on this circular walk.
Four miles of beautiful beaches line the sheltered waters of Studland Bay – ideal for beach games, sandcastles, watersports or simply relaxing.
Join us for a free 10K trail run taking in Studland Beach, Ballard Down and Old Harry rocks. The Studland Trust10 will take place on the fourth Sunday of each month apart from July and August.
Swimming, sailing, kayaking, paddleboarding and diving are some of the ways to enjoy the sheltered waters of Studland Bay.
A family-friendly marked circular trail through the dunes. Look out for the seahorse sculpture, great sea views and wildlife along the way.
Presents and parties are fine but time spent together is what really makes Christmas special. Escape the crowds and focus on what really matters at Studland Beach.
On this walk in the woods, discover some of the birds and animals that make Studland their home.
Make the sheltered waters of Studland Bay your marine playground this summer. Paddle your own canoe or join in taster sessions combining kayaking or paddleboarding with delicious food from the café at Knoll Beach.
Let the fresh sea air at Studland Bay be your inspiration this New Year as we launch new ways to get fit, enjoy the outdoors and express your love of special places.
Discover why Studland Beach was so important in the run-up to D-Day in 1944 on this short walk
Fantastic views over Poole Harbour and the mysterious Agglestone await you on this three-mile walk over Godlingston Heath national nature reserve.
Walking in and around Studland means miles of sandy beach, dunes and coastal heath with fine sea views, while the gentle walk up to the chalk stacks of Old Harry is a Sunday classic.