Eastnor Deer Park

Eastnor Deer Park is a 300 acre park overlooking Eastnor Castle and the Malvern Hills.  

Eastnor Deer Park sits across the road from Eastnor Castle and is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Site of Special Scientific Interest where a herd of Red Deer graze in a designated area.

Visitors are welcome to walk through the Deer Park any day it is open but please note that vehicles are not permitted inside the park and must be left at the Woodyard entrance. Dogs are welcome inside Eastnor Deer Park but must be kept on a lead at all times. Bikes are not permitted inside the park.

Local Walks

The Gateway to walks around Eastnor Deer Park and the Malvern Hills.

Walks through Eastnor Deer Park are largely on tarmac paths and are of varying lengths. The path up to Eastnor Obelisk joins the Worcestershire Way and the Malvern Hills. A sign is in place at the entrance to Eastnor Deer Park showing some suggested walks.

Due to large events taking place in Eastnor Deer Park throughout the summer, the usual walking routes have to be closed on the following dates:

Saturday 28th May to Monday 7th June
Friday 17th June to Friday 8th July
Monday 1st August to Tuesday 30th August

During these dates, visitors are welcome to walk on the alternative route (shown on a map at the Deer Park entrance) which leads to the Obelisk and onto the Malvern Hills, except between 8th and 16th August.

Eastnor Castle Download Suggested Deer Park Walks

Stay and refresh

Eastnor Deer Park is home to the Deer Park Campsite and The Woodshed

Deer Park Campsite  is a natural site within Eastnor Deer Park, open for camping on various dates between Easter and September.

The Woodshed is situated at the entrance to Eastnor Deer Park and is open for take-away hot and cold drinks, locally-made cakes, ice creams and light snacks.

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