Staffordshire has endless forests, castles, medieval sites, and walking trails galore, whether you want to indulge in a bit of culture and learn more about the area or hike until your legs ache and you have to rest in a cosy pub. You are not short of things to do here.

Explore Staffordshire

Want to get your adrenaline pumping at Alton Towers, wander through ancient woodland and spot Monkeys at Trentham Monkey Forest, visit independent shops or canoe down the River Trent? Staffordshire is full of fun outdoor activities to enjoy. It's also close to the Peak District, which is great for hikers. The local city of Stoke on Trent is famed for its pottery industry, with many museums and art galleries dedicated to the craft of ceramics. For example, the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery display various decorative arts, local ceramics, and a complete World War II Spitfire. The Staffordshire landscape is varied and beautiful and is a wonderful place to explore.

Denstone Walks

Denstone Walks, walking routes near Denstone, Staffordshire

We have chosen a selection of Denstone walking routes, perfect for time in nature and a proper country walk! Here is all the information you need on each route, such as distance, difficulty level, and highlights. Denstone is a village near the River Churnet, surrounded by pretty countryside. The village offers a great starting point …

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Trentham Monkey Forest Review

Trentham Monkey Forest Review

We had a great day out spotting monkeys and exploring the Staffordshire woodland! Let us tell you all about it in our Trentham Monkey Forest review. We love family days out and were always on the hunt for somewhere fun, different, and exciting the entire family can enjoy. In our latest adventure, we review Trentham …

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Castles in Staffordshire

Castles in Staffordshire that you can visit

Nestled amid the West Midlands, Staffordshire plays host to many market towns, villages and hamlets. In these countryside escapes, you can find many beautiful and historic castles to visit and stand amidst centuries of culture. Here is a selection of the best castles in Staffordshire you can visit. English castles are pieces of standing history …

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Glamping in Staffordshire

Glamping in Staffordshire, Our Staffordshire Glamping Guide

Fancy going Glamping? Staffordshire is a great choice. With miles of countryside, cute pubs to try, and stunning rural locations to make a base in. Here is our guide to glamping in Staffordshire. Enjoy the peaceful beauty of Cannock Chase and the Pennines or visit the thrills of Alton Towers, then head back to a …

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Quarry Walk Park Review

Quarry Walk Park, Freehay, Staffordshire | Our Woodland Break Review

We recently stayed in a Cabin at Quarry Walk Park in Staffordshire for a few days to reset after Christmas and celebrate New Year. Long walks, waking up in the stunning woodland and toasting marshmallows! We loved every second…here’s our full review of Quarry Walk Park. For New Year we headed to the Staffordshire countryside. …

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Churnet Valley Walks View

Churnet Valley Walks | 7 Wonderful Walks in the Churnet Valley

There is a vast network of beautiful walks to explore the hidden treasures of the Churnet Valley. Here is a selection of Churnet Valley Walks for varying abilities for you to try. There are so many beautiful walking routes in the UK we are spoilt for choice! The Churnet Valley has lots of lovely walks …

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7 Of The Best Dog Walks In Stoke on Trent

7 of the Best Dog Walks in Stoke on Trent

We’ve tried and tested some of the best dog walks in Stoke on Trent, from picturesque parks, beautiful lakes, and outdoor woodland walks. We have chosen 7 dog walks in Stoke on Trent for you to enjoy. Stoke on Trent might be famous for its potteries and industry but did you know it has some …

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