Walks in and around Okehampton

You will find a selection of walks in and around Okehampton on this page. There’s something for everyone, from the gentle Okehampton Town Trail by Paul Rendell to the more adventurous Two Castles Trail. Try the Okehampton Deer Park Circuit, you may need good boots in winter but it takes in lots of different types of terrain, including a fairly steep climb and the Old Town Park Nature Reserve.

For those staying in Okehampton, but looking for walks further afield on Dartmoor, have a look at the Visit Dartmoor website’s Walking on Dartmoor page.

Bluebell Wood

This is a nice walk at any time of the year but very spectacular during May when the bluebells are out.

Okehampton Town Trail

Start and finish at the station. Take in some of the attractions and facilities within the Town.

The Deer Park Circuit

Passing remains of medieval longhouses and the Deer Park hunting lodge.

The Meldon Viaduct Circuit

This walk starts close to Meldon Reservoir, which is a must see!

Two Castles Trail

Meander through rolling countryside full of history between Okehampton and Launceston Castles.

Okehamton Town History Walk

Get to know Okehampton by following our historic walk around the town.