Outdoor activities in Surrey
Get active this season with outdoor activities including cycling, horse riding, canoeing, boat trips and camping at a National Trust place near you in Surrey.
Discover a different side of Guildford on this canoe trail along the River Wey, which takes in a historic wharf, old railway bridges, geological formations as well as local wildlife.
Experience the River Wey Navigations on a boat trip, or enjoy a leisurely walk along the towpath, looking out for wildlife along the water’s edge.
We've partnered with Embers camping to create a new campsite at Polesden Lacey on the site of an already existing campsite used by the local Girl Guides since the 1960s.
The Roughs are a great place to run around and enjoy the great outdoors, with walking and cycling trails, a natural play area and lots of wildlife to spot. Take a look and find out what you could get up to on a day out here.
Soak up Headley’s views or bring your walking boots to explore the heathland on one of the many waymarked walks. There are plenty of bridleways for horse riders and cyclists too.
Discover what to see and do at Box Hill in the Surrey Hills. Explore the beautiful landscape on foot or cycle the world’s most popular hill climb on your bike.
With plenty to see and do on a visit, Black Down, the highest point in the South Downs National Park, is a great place to walk, run, cycle and celebrate the great outdoors.
Tranquil ponds, woodland glades and open grassland offer places to play, picnic and spot a range of wildlife. And there are dedicated running, cycling and horse riding tracks too.
There’s plenty to do and see at Hindhead Commons, from walking around the Devil’s Punch Bowl to spotting Exmoor ponies.