Sandringham Royal Park

country park

In 1968, 142 hectares of The Queen's private Estate at Sandringham was designated as a Country Park

Sandringham Royal Park now spans nearly 243 hectares for visitors to enjoy. Planted with a mixture of evergreen and deciduous trees, mainly Corsican and Scots Pine mixed with Oak, Sweet Chestnut and Birch, and supports an abundance of animals, birds and plants.

The Royal Park is open daily throughout the year to walk or cycle and is dog friendly. There are two waymarked Nature Trails, one a leisurely 1½ miles long and the other 2½ miles long with many additional woodland paths to explore for a casual stroll or a meandering trek.

Download the Sandringham Map to find your way around.

The Children's Play Area has recently undergone improvement and expansion works adding more challenging equipment, high level walkways, a high tower inspired by local Appleton Water Tower with multi-level water play, which has wheelchair access.

Around the Royal Parkland you will also find a 20 point orienteering route, developed in collaboration with the Norfolk Orienteering Club. The map will soon be available to download.

Please Note: The Royal Parkland is a mixture of surfaces including uneven ground. We advise visitors to be aware of hidden hazards including exposed roots.