On-site Walks

On-site Lake Walks…

Here at Stoughton Grange Rural Centre we are surrounded by beautiful countryside. Why not take a moment to relax and explore the great outdoors by following one of our guided walks, suitable for the whole family.

Leaflets can be picked up from various spots on-site, or downloaded using the links below.

Lakeside Walk

Shorter Lakeside & Dam’s Spinney Woodland Walk

Walks in the local area…

If you enjoyed these on-site walks, why not try something more adventurous on your next visit to Stoughton Grange Rural Centre. There are plenty of walks available in the surrounding area, suitable for all levels of ability, and what better way to complete your day than to return to Stoughton Grange to quench your thirst and satisfy your appetite, and perhaps browse the local on-site shops.Here’s just a suggestion of some of the exciting adventures you can go on while visiting Stoughton Grange Rural Centre.

Short Walks in Wigston & Oadby Borough

Public Rights of Way in Leicester

Leicester Riverside Walks

Wigston 2 Steeples Walk

King Richard III Walking Trail

Please respect the local wildlife and remember the countryside code when exploring the local area, and wear appropriate clothing and footwear.

Days out…

Why not combine your visit to Stoughton Grange with a fun and interesting day out at one of the many local attractions in the Leicester area?

Botanic Gardens – University of Leicester

National Space Centre

Aylestone Meadows Local Nature Reserve

Wigston Framework Knitters Museum

Important Notice | On-site Walks

The woodland, Dam’s spinney and lakeside walks are currently closed to the public for maintenance and will reopen in Spring. We apologise for any inconvenience but the site has not been effectively managed for the last few decades and we are in the process of making our way through the woodland removing dead, damaged and invasive trees and generally bringing the area back into a safe, manageable situation. Whilst this process is underway, our insurers have correctly deemed the site dangerous and we cannot permit anybody to enter. We hope you understand that this is for the good of the woodland and, subject to proper management, will ensure that the site thrives once more.