Welcome to the National Parks
Britain's breathing spaces
There are 15 members of the National Parks family, beautiful areas of mountains, meadows, moorlands, woods and wetlands.
Experience the natural wonders of Britain Unique and protected areas
National parks are areas of protected countryside that everyone can visit, and where people live, work and shape the landscape.
Each one of britains natinal parks has an organisation that looks after the landscape and wildlife and helps people enjoy and learn about the area.
Good to know before you visit a national park
How to get to the national parks
Here you'll find more information about you you get to the national parks in UK.
General guidelines to follow in national parks in uk
Here are some general restrictions and guidelines that typically apply to national parks in the UK.
National parks in the United Kingdom
Welcome to Exmoor National Park, a captivating slice of natural beauty nestled in southwest England. Spanning across…
Welcome to Dartmoor National Park, one of the UK’s most spectacular and diverse natural landscapes. This official…
Cairngorms National Park, located in the Scottish Highlands, is the UK’s largest national park, known for its…
The Broads National Park, often referred to as “Britain’s Magical Waterland,” is a unique and picturesque destination…
Introduction: Brecon Beacons National Park, located in South Wales, is renowned for its stunning natural landscapes, lush…
More information about National parks in the UK
National parks in the UK are protected areas of natural beauty and significance. While specific rules and…
How to get here One of the biggest challenges facing the 15 members of the National Parks…
Physical facts and figures Land area covered by National Parks: England: 10 National Parks cover 9.3% of…
In the UK there are 15 members in the National Park family which are protected areas because…
National Parks are large areas of land, including towns and villages, which means that lots of people…
Escape from urban sprawl to the pure tranquillity of the outdoors. A National Park is the ultimate "green gym" for all seasons. Whether you want peace and solitude or invigorating adventure, there's a place to suit you.
Outdoor activities - best places for walking, riding, boating and more
Access for all - ideas and information about easy access activities
Rights of way explained - where you can walk, ride, cycle and ramble
From guided walks to live music, children's fun days and wildlife watchings, there are events to suit everyone and many of them are free!
See where all the National Parks are in the UK, maps to download, interactive maps and maps to buy online.
Tents, caravans, bunk houses and hostels and guide to wild camping.
Visitor centres and shops
Where to go, where to stay, what's on offer, guides maps and more. Our visitor centres are here to help.
Local produce means fewer food miles and a great taste.