Last updated: 15/07/2013
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The countryside asset covers approximately 1273 hectares and
includes many natural green spaces across Cornwall. These include
local nature reserves, such as those at Par, Seaton, Bude and
Bodmin and the Country parks, at Tehidy and Kit Hill. Our public
rights of way include 4300km of footpaths and bridleways, and 200km
of multi use trails such as the Camel and Mineral Tramway Trails.
We work with local communities to manage these sites for people,
landscape and wildlife.
Based upon the recognition that environment and heritage are
cornerstones of prosperity and well-being in Cornwall, the
over-riding commitment of the Service is:
'To recognise Cornwall's natural and historic
environment; its strong culture, heritage and local
distinctiveness; and conserve these for the benefit of the
Please use the links in the left hand menu to find relevant
Cornwall natural environment survey
We hope you enjoy your time in our wonderful countryside, and
would appreciate any comments you may have on our sites, trails and
footpaths, you can do this directly via the email address on
We would also like your help with our Countryside Access review,
please spare 2 minutes to complete this questionnaire to help
us understand how you use Cornwall’s countryside.