Park guided walks are available every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday at 11am and 2pm until Tuesday 31 October.
Calke’s ancient parkland is steeped in history, from its roots as a religious ground to its status as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and National Nature Reserve. So what stories does this vast landscape have to tell? Join our knowledgeable park guides to find out – whether you’re new to Calke or a seasoned walker, we guarantee you’ll discover something new on these fascinating rambles.
How to join a park guided walk
Where to meet: Tours start outside the ticket office – look out for our park guides in red shirts. Walks last around 90 minutes.
Booking: Not needed, although groups are limited to 20 people on a first come, first served basis.
What to bring: We recommend wearing sturdy footwear, such as walking boots or comfortable wellies, and suitable clothing for the weather.
Accessibility: There may be steps, uneven ground and hills, so these walks aren’t suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs – but we can be flexible and tailor walks to suit your ability. Speak to a park guide for more information.
Dogs: Well-behaved dogs are welcome on a lead, except in the Deer Park – ask a park guide if today’s walk is suitable for dogs.
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