They are used extensively and generate investment in the Suffolk economy through tourism.
Suffolk has 3,500 miles of public rights of way and over 12,000 acres of open access, giving car-free access throughout Suffolk, from bustling market towns to open heath land and other areas of outstanding natural beauty.
The One Suffolk website contains information for rights of way users and land managers where you can find out more about the different types of rights of way and access, and what your rights and responsibilities are when using or managing them. You will also find all the information on the definitive map of Suffolk.
Discover Suffolk is our countryside website for walks and rides in Suffolk. From the Brecks to the Sandlings and from the Broads to the estuaries, Suffolk is a county best explored on foot, from a bicycle or on horse-back. With over 3,500 miles of marked paths, two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, long distance footpaths and national cycle routes, Suffolk offers a wealth of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Within Discover Suffolk you will find inspiration on everything from a riverside stroll for all the family to a day long hike along secluded valleys.
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Public notices and landowner statements about village greens.