Updated: Jun 4, 2020
I can’t believe I’ve lived here all my life and never knew about this beautiful walk.
It’s a wonderful walk and a place to connect with nature. We spotted so much wildlife.
Squirrels, Black Swans, Moorhens, Geese, Ducks and Deer. And when I say Deer I mean hundreds of Deer, roaming free should you be lucky enough to see them.
It’s buggy friendly, I took my double and it just about fit through the first gate. Of course in bad weather you may need wellies and the buggy could struggle if the ground is wet as this is mostly a field walk. Where it’s been walked on so much it’s a mostly clear flat grass path.
It’s also Dog friendly providing they stay on a lead the entire time.
Parking is free. I parked opposite the most stunning Church in Woburn, you’ll definitely spot it.
Once parked, walk out of the car park. With the church in front of you, turn right and remain on the right side of the road. There’s a small section of this walk where you’ll need to walk alongside the road so be careful.
You’ll see a stone arch with a black gate. Enter through the black gate and follow the path all the way round. If you feel like you’re loosing your way then keep an eye on the wooden posts with yellow tops. This will ensure you stick to the correct path.
We walked until we spotted the Deer so I’d say one hour but I know this walk can be huge and even passing the Safari Park too.
But most of all, enjoy this special walk and I hope you get to spot the Deer.
Postcode for the car park is MK17 9PG
(Stick to the foot path, clearly marked on yellow posts along the way)