Useful Information

Fleet Road,Hartley Wintney, Hook RG27 8AS,London,United Kingdom Email:

Local Walking Routes

Beautiful walks in the surrounding Hampshire countryside

Inspiring walking routes near The Elvetham

With the stunning Hampshire countryside right on the doorstep of The Elvetham, why not enhance your stay by reconnecting with nature? As well as our 35 acres of beautiful gardens, The Elvetham is in close proximity to a number of amazing walking routes to enjoy with the whole family, including your four-pawed friends.

Discover our selection of recomended local walking locations below.

The Elvetham Walking Route


Embark on our 5km walking and running route around the historic Elvetham estate. This leisurely stroll through the Hampshire countryside is the perfect way to reconnect with nature.


The route takes approximately one hour and is relatively flat, with a few fencing stiles to navigate along the way.


Fleet Pond


Fleet Pond is the largest freshwater lake in Hampshire. The nature reserve has 141 acres of vaired habitats including heathland, woodland, reedbed and marsh, and is home for many species of birds, butterflies, dragonflies and wildflowers.



Drive to the car park, Southwood Lane, Fleet GU51 2RT.


There is a choice of two car parks, off to the right will you on a direct walk around the pond, off to the left will take you on a scenic walk around the surrounding fields and woods.

Caeser's Camp


Caeser's Camp is a lovely countryside walk located in Aldershot, it sits on the border with Farnham, giving visitors an opportunity to see both the Surrey and Hampshire landscape for miles.


Suitable for children and dogs, no facilities on site, so if you're planning on spending a few hours exploring, it is advised to bring a picnic or some snacks.


The 8km (5 mile) walk begins at the car Rowhill Nature Reserve (GU11 3BD). There is also limited space for around 10 cars at Bourley Road car park if you wanted to start your hike at Bourley Lakes (GU52 8AD).

Edenbrook Country Park


Edenbrook is a dog friendly country park with plenty of surfaced paths and open space. It is popular with joggers and cyclists too.


The large amount of standing water attracts a wealth of waders and ducks especially in winter. In spring and summer watch dragonflies flying low on the water and butterflies across the meadows of wildflowers and grasses. In the winter paths may be closed due to flooding after heavy rain.


The main car park, located next to Hart Leisure Centre: The Brambles, Fleet, GU51 5DW.