St Clement Walk 
Turn left out of the front gate and follow the no-through road to the end of the village and you will find the woodland path that hugs the creek's edge as it winds it's way upriver to the village of St Clement. This is a beautiful scenic walk quite literally on your door step with many places along route to take in the unspoilt views. If you want some added aerobic activity take the hill route on the way back and finish with a refreshment at the Heron. All in all should take you about 45 minutes.

Woodland Walk to Truro 
Turn left out of the front gate and follow the road out of the village toward Truro. The woodland path drops down on the left as you leave the village and winds its way along the waters edge through pines until you reach Sunny corner, the Cricket ground and Boscowan Park. For those inclined it makes a refreshing morning run and you will find exercise apparatus at either end of the Boscowan park section. It's a 2 mile trip each-way if you continue on the Truro.

Trellisick Walk 
A local National Trust property overlooking the Falmouth Estuary, with outstanding waterside views along the Truro river. There are several walks to choose from depending on how much time you have. Perfect for dogs and dry most of the year round. Trellisick can be visited via the ferry boat from Malpas marina or a 20 minute drive by car.