Walking at Stanwick Lakes

Walking at Stanwick Lakes

Stanwick Lakes has a network of over 7 miles of footpaths (wheelchair accessible). Whether you’re feeling energetic – you can walk to Thrapston (six miles away) – or if you just fancy a gentle stroll to see some wildlife, there’s sure to be a route to suit you.

Regular walking can give you more energy, keep your heart strong and help you manage your weight. Health Walks take place every Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Participants meet outside the Visitor Centre at 10am for a walk of approximately 45 minutes.

Dogs on leads are welcome (off leads on the former railway line heading north off the main site).

Orienteering for All

Orienteering is an exciting, outdoor adventure sport which involves walking or running whilst navigating around a course using a map and a compass. We are pleased to say that this is now available at Stanwick Lakes. There are five different courses to suit all abilities and ages. Please enquire at reception in the visitor centre. It does not matter what age or how fit you are, orienteering is suitable for anyone wishing to improve their navigation skills or for anyone who loves the outdoors.