Tendring has beautiful countryside, rural areas and villages to explore
There are a number of ways to find out about where you can walk in the area - please refer to Essex County Council's website which is included in our useful links and provides information about Public Rights of Way. Some suggested walks are listed to the right of this page - click on them to download the details. However, please check the Essex County Council website before embarking on any of these suggested walks just in case there are any accessibility issues etc.
Always make sure that you follow the Country Code wherever you go
• Enjoy the countryside and respect its life and work
• Guard against all risk of fire
• Fasten all gates
• Keep your dogs under close control
• Keep to public paths across farmland
• Use gates and stiles to cross fences, hedges and walls
• Leave livestock, crops and machinery alone
• Take your litter home
• Help to keep all water clean
• Protect wildlife, plants and trees
• Take special care on country roads
• Make no unnecessary noise
Open Access (commonly known as The Right to Roam) is now available across England, which means you can walk across certain mapped Access Land. The Natural England website provides maps for you to search for open access land.
Why not also check out the Clacton Seafront and Garden Walk.