Walking Trails and Open Spaces

Bouskell Park

Bouskell Park in Blaby has something for everyone. Those interested in history can check out the Victorian Manor House Blaby Hall, it's magical and newly-restored Ice House and a topography shaped by hundreds of years of settlement. Nature is abundant with a large pond, many types of birds and insects and large patches of woodland. The area is also popular with dog walkers.

Crow Mills Way Trail

Crow Mills Way Trail

Discover this beautiful and clean open space with this short 25 minute walking trail. Bask in the fresh air and abundant nature as you make away along the winding path. Stop for a break and a picnic on the many benches along the way.

Fosse Meadows Nature Area

Fosse Meadows Nature Area

Fosse Meadows Nature Area is a beautiful woodland park and nature reserve near Sharnford featuring large ponds, a huge array of wildlife including many species of birds and a huge range of flora, woodland paths, play equipment, car park and food van. There's something for everyone!

Glen Parva Nature Reserve Trail

Glen Parva Nature Reserve Trail

If you love open fresh air, rich natural features, plenty of flora and fauna and an enjoyable walk, Glen Parva Nature Reserve is a must! This beautiful trail links with the Grand Union Canal, Great Central Way and Sustrans Cycle Route!

Jubilee Park

Enjoy this delightfully clean and well maintained open space park featuring many benches, playground equipment and great views of the River Soar!

The Osiers Walking Trail

The Osiers Walking Trail

Take a stroll in this wonderfully maintained nature reserve right in the heart of Braunstone Town featuring abundant flora and fauna, benches, picnic tables and even an outdoor gym!

Whetstone Way

Whetstone Way

Take a stroll along the once vital Great Central Railway. See the magnificent railway arches, beautiful green nature, and picnic spots!