Enjoy the countryside

Burton Dassett


  • Advice on using rights of way

    When visiting the countryside, prepare for your visit by taking suitable clothing for the (unpredictable!) weather conditions, and making sure you wear strong footwear.


  • Countryside – disabled access

    Our country parks have surfaced and signed access trails, our visitor centres and cafes have wheelchair access, mobility scooters are available on free loan at Pooley Country Park.


  • Countryside publications

    Browse our list of countryside publications for walks and trails, cycling opportunities, latest Ordnance Survey maps and much more.


  • Countryside rights of way

    Warwickshire has over 1700 miles of public footpaths and bridleways as well as many hundreds of miles of quiet roads, canal towpaths and land managed for public access.


  • Country parks

    Warwickshire’s Country Parks offer a range of activities from a relaxing stroll, to a bike ride or a fun day out with all the family.


  • Dogs in the countryside

    Follow these simple steps to ensure you and your pet have a safe and enjoyable visit.


  • Paths and trails

    Warwickshire has a wealth of marked trails with more routes under development. If you are devising a trail, please let us know. We offer a free checking service to try to ensure there are no legal anomalies in the paths selected.


  • Volunteering in the countryside

    The Countryside Recreation Team works with volunteers, both in the Country Parks and on the Public Rights of Way network throughout the county.

Enjoy the countryside was last updated on February 13, 2013.