Access at Trelowarren
Welcome to Trelowarren
Be Safe, be Responsible, be Considerate
A thousand acres of Cornish History and the Lizard’s unique bio-diverse landscape.
At Trelowarren there is a wonderful mix of woodland, historic landscape and farmland. It is a working landscape which grows food, raises animals and manages the woodland and lowland heath – all with a strong focus on the environment and bio-diversity.
There are about 5 miles of paths or ‘ways’ are open for you to enjoy on Trelowarren. The paths are open on a permissive basis, which means that they are not Public Rights of Way and are not on the Definitive Map.
Your guide to enjoying parks and waterways, coast and countryside.Download The Countryside Code
One good reason that walkers must keep their dogs on a lead and stick to the path
We have Night jars at Trelowarren – let’s keep it that way. Night Jars, recognised by their churring crepuscular call, live and breed on the ground. They are on the red list of endangered species and are very easily frightened from their nesting site by walkers and dogs.