Family Walks in Hampshire

Family Walks in Hampshire

Family Walks in Hampshire

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Walking is a great way to explore Hampshire and to the county's amazing countryside, coastline, villages, towns, and cities with your family. You'll find plenty of family friendly walks that are suitable for little legs and pushchairs. Whether you want a National Park family adventure, a short walk to the beach or an amble along a riverside, you will find great family walks across Hampshire.

Bolderwood Deer Spotting Walk – 0.8 miles

This 0.8-mile route offers a short stroll from the car park to the deer viewing platform that over looks fields where wild herds of fallow deer can be seen regularly grazing. Download route map and directions

Tall Tree Trail – 1.5 miles

Discover the giant firs and redwoods that were planted here in the late 1850s to create Rhinefield Ornamental Drive. This 1.5-mile trail has flat paths and smooth gravelled surfaces. You will find frequent resting places and there are no stiles to navigate. Download route map and directions

Silchester Roman Town Walk – 2.2 miles

This flat 2.2-mile walk takes you back in history and follows the town's old roman walls, visiting the site of the amphitheatre along the way. Download route map and directions

Fleet Pond Circular Walk - 1.8 miles

Fleet Pond is the largest freshwater lake in Hampshire and this walk takes a full circuit of the lake and offers excellent views. Download route map and directions

Pushchair friendly walks in Hampshire

Several walks in Hampshire offer either wide footpaths, off-road tracks, or tarmacked tails that are stile free and suitable for a buggy or pushchair.

Portsmouth Millennium Pormenade Walk - 1.8 miles

This walk runs along Portsmouth and Southsea seafront and offers scenic views of the solent. The walk offers wide flat paths that are perfect for a pushchair. Download route map and directions

Meon Vally Tail - 11 miles

This old disused railway line offers a mostly flat, wide path with no stiles, walk through the South Downs National Park and is suitable for pushchairs. Download route map and directions

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  1. Bolderwood Deer Spotting Walk

    Bolderwood, New Forest