Welcome to Trelowarren
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.
There are about 5 miles of paths or ‘ways’ open for you to enjoy on Trelowarren. The paths are open on a seasonal permissive basis, which means that they are not Public Rights of Way and are not on the Definitive Map.
By clicking on the name of the Access Point, or the name of the path, you can check the opening dates/hours, maps of the paths and find out why it is so important to keep your dog on a lead when we have stock on the land and the birds are nesting, or protected, or live on the ground.
Farms have hazards with which you might not be familiar. Stick to the routes marked. Look for signs about stock. If you are worried about cows, walk the alternative route recommended.
- Tractors have not got the same all round visibility as a car
- Never leave gate open if you find it closed, never close it if you find it open
- Don’t let your dogs scare the stock, chase birds off their nests or frighten the red squirrels
- Be considerate – Take your rubbish home, take your dog poo home
- When you are in your car smile, be polite, and drive slowly – don’t frighten the children on ponies, or on bicycles, who are on the drive on the drive
- Paths around the Estate are for pedestrians not for bicycles
Follow the Countryside Code:
Dogs – Please Be Responsible
Everyone loves their own dog(s), but very few love other people’s dogs. No-one loves a strange dog in their garden, or running up to their children or their dogs. Be responsible – please keep your dog on a lead if you are near any houses and keep it under close control at all times.This means it must be in your sight at all times.
- Stable Yard
- Carabone Lodge
- Central Car Park
- Double Lodges
- Caervallack Forestry Gate
- Gear Bridge
- Mawgan Bridge
- Mawgan Churchtown Bridge
- Halliggye Walk
- Tremayne Quay Walk