Newark Park Loop
The Newark Park Loop makes its way through the 700 acres of the Newark estate. This easy trail wanders through the woodlands of the Cotswolds escarpment and across endless meadows full of wildflowers. The trail also offers beautiful views of the Newark house and garden, which makes it the perfect way to extend your visit to the estate.
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Route Description for Newark Park Loop
A walk on the Newark Park Loop is the perfect way to extend your visit to the Newark House. The National Trust owns this property, and there is a fee for parking and admission for non-members. During weekends it is recommended to reserve an entry time in advance. Be sure to check their website before arrival for details. Paths may be muddy in sections, so boots and wellies are recommended.
This pleasant walking trail is on a beautiful estate that was formerly a Tudor hunting lodge. Now that it belongs to the National Trust, it is open to the public and a great way to spend the afternoon exploring the Gloucestershire countryside. The walking route is well marked, so you can focus on enjoying the fresh air and wildflowers as you explore the park.
Consider a Walking Holiday in the Cotswolds
One of the best ways to experience this stunning Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is by booking a pre-planned adventure tour in the Cotswolds. Find the famous self-guided Cotswolds Way and other amazing guided and self-guided tours on 10Adventures Tours.
Getting to the Newark Park Loop Trailhead
Access the Newark Park Loop as part of your visit to the Newark House. Reach the house from Wotton-under-Edge by following the signs to Newark Park from the roundabout, take a right turn at the junction after the Cotswold Edge Golf club. You’ll find the paid parking lot near the Newark House, this park is part of the National Trust, so entry and parking are free to members.
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