Hampshire’s countryside is a wonderful place to walk, ride, or take in views of lush greenery and stunning landscapes
If you’re taking a leisurely afternoon stroll or planning a camping trip with the family, we want you to have a safe and enjoyable visit.
For safety of humans and wildlife alike, take a look at the resources below for guidance on how you can enjoy the countryside responsibly.
For guidance on how you and your dog can enjoy the countryside responsibly.
Follow the countryside code to respectfully explore the great outdoors.
To stay safe while cycling across the county and using our cycle routes and trails, please follow the cycling code.
An outline of our commitment to you.
Read our Countryside customer charter
Information about accessibility of Hampshire's countryside sites
Things to be aware of to make sure you stay safe in the countryside
How to avoid tick bites and how to recognise when you’ve been bitten
Hundreds of geocaches are hidden around Hampshire, so why not see if you can find one? Check our regulations about placing caches before placing a box
Metal detecting is allowed in the countryside, but please check our regulations about how and when.
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