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Family Friendly Walks in Surrey

As well as our family friendly walks in Berkshire we have also enjoyed and explored a number of Family Friendly Walks in Surrey just across the border, which are shared below. Click on each walk below to take you to a blog post all about the walk which we have tried and tested.

Family Friendly Walks in Surrey

  1. Walking at Hindhead Common and The Devil’s Punch Bowl, Surrey Hills

    There are a number of walking routes to take from the car park. You can select a route suitable for your level and also get fantastic views of The Devil’s Punch Bowl.View Vantage Point

  2. A Circular Walk at Ankerwycke, Ankerwycke

    Ankerwycke is a walk steeped in history. During the walk you can visit the Ankerwycke Yew, a 2,500 year old tree.
    Ankerwycke Yew

  3. A walk at Runnymede Pleasure Grounds, Runnymede

    This is a lovely walk along the river where you can watch the boats and the wildlife. You can walk to The Bell Weir Lock. There is also a play area, cafe and paddling pool (open in the summer months) to enjoy at the Runnymede Pleasure Grounds. Feeding the Ducks at Runnymede

  4. The Gruffalo Trail at Alice Holt, Farnham

    The Gruffalo Trail is an accessible walk on a well maintained path. It takes you on a trail to discover all the characters from the story The Gruffalo. You might also see the Gruffalo’s Child and Stickman en-route. The Gruffalo's Child

  5. Walking at Windlesham Field of Remembrance, Windlesham

    There is a woodland walk at Windlesham Field of Remembrance plus a good sized play area and coffee shop. Woodland Walk at the Windlesham Fields of Remembrance

  6. Lightwater Country Park, Lightwater

    Lightwater Country Park is made up of a series of ponds which you can walk around, there are also woodlands and heathland to explore. There is a cafe and play area plus free parking. Lightwater Country Park

If you have enjoyed reading about these walks in Surrey, why not check out Family Walks in Berkshire.

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