Some of the footpaths on Knepp

There are 16 miles of public and permissive footpaths within the Knepp Rewilding project, which covers an area of 3,500 acres, and five tree viewing-platforms, close to public footpaths, offering wonderful panoramas of the surrounding countryside. There is also a bird-hide overlooking Knepp Lake.

 
 
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Permissive access to castle ruin

The land outlined includes the remains of the Norman Keep of the first Knepp castle. This and the paths connecting to the public network have been made available as part of a wider conservation based management program across much of the Knepp Castle Estate.
Please respect this Scheduled Ancient Monument and keep dogs under close control as grazing animals including deer are in the vicinity.

 
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DIAL POST VILLAGE AREA

 

 
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part Southern block