Main car park: NT members; please scan your card for your free ticket. Pay and display or pay by mobile phone with paybyphone - area code 803452 (0330 060 4037) - £1.50 per hour for first 2 hours; £4 for up-to 4 hours; £6 for 5 hours and more. Brimmer car park: Free to NT members or pay by mobile phone with paybyphone - area code 803453. Prices as above.
Mobile van (non-National Trust) serving drinks, ice-creams and light snacks (7 days a week from 9am - 4.30pm) located in the main car park.
Well-controlled dogs are welcome. Please keep them on a lead when around grazing livestock.
Parking. No toilets. Benches scattered over the heath.
Exit M25 at J9 (Leatherhead) and take A24 south (Leatherhead by-pass road) towards Dorking. Then take B2033 (Headley Common Road) to Headley village
Parking: Parking at Headley Heath main car park and Brimmer car park, both pay & display, £4 per day or free for National Trust members. Visitors can pay by mobile phone (RingGo) at both these car parks
From the North Downs way at Box Hill, follow the footpaths to Headley Heath (5 hour circular walk from Box Hill). See Ordnance Survey map Explorer 146
Box Hill and Westhumble stations, 3 miles
Surrey Connect 516, Dorking-Leatherhead-Epsom, alight Headley. Visit Surrey County Council for further information
Take B2033 (Headley Common Road) to Headley village. View local cycle routes on Sustrans website
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Designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its rich, varied and rare wildlife on open heath, chalk downland slopes and mixed woodland.
Mobile van (not National Trust)
Takeaway hot and cold drinks and light snacks.
Enjoy stunning views on this moderate walk over some uneven terrain of open heathland, woodland and chalk downland.
Explore the hidden corners of Headley Heath to discover the bluebell dell and high spots. Enjoy this wonderfully varied walk across heathland, through woods, and along ridges and valleys.
Explore the Surrey Hills on this 4-mile walk over heathland and through woodland, open pasture and across farmland.
Take this fascinating walk over Headley Heath to learn more about its military past and how it has shaped the landscape today.
Follow this 2-mile circular walk through Headley Heath and see how many butterflies you can spot along the way.
Explore the rich array of flowers, birds, insects and animals that inhabit Headley Heath's rare environment of acid lowland heath and chalk downland on this circular trail.
Headley Heath has a wide network of tracks to explore, and stunning views to rival any of its neighbours - the perfect place to enjoy the countryside, whether walking, cycling or horseriding.
The Heath is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for its rich, varied, and sometimes rare, wildlife, made up of a wonderful mosaic of open heath, chalk downland slopes and mixed woodland.
There's always something new to see, from fragrant, bright yellow gorse and breathtaking purple heathers, to deer, badgers and dragonflies.
During the warmer months Headley Heath is alive with bird song from rare birds like stonechats, linnets, meadow pipits and woodlarks.
Find out how we manage and conserve our site to continue to provide a home for much of our resident and visiting wildlife, plus how our herd of belted Galloway cattle help out.
Find out all you need to know about the current volunteer roles on offer at Headley Heath and how to get in touch. We're always on the lookout for new team members