Offering a haven to wildlife within minutes of the city centre, the land known as Daubuz Moors was given to the citizens of Truro in 1977 by the Reverend CRS Enys of the Enys Estate to celebrate the Queen's Silver Jubilee and the Centenary of the City of Truro. Its six hectares of former water m
If you want to get out and about and blow away the cob webs then why not follow one of the Wildings Walks that we featured on our Facebook page in Autumn. Or you could discover a Truro Park and watch nature come back to life.
Start Point: Trelissick Garden - National Trust Distance: 4 miles Duration: 1.5/2 hours Grading: Easy Route
'We all need nature'
Whether you are meeting in your friends to enjoy the sunshine or on you lunch break, Truro's picnic scene is definitely worth checking out. Pack up your lunch and enjoy eating alfresco in the Cornish sunshine.
The enchanted trail is a beautiful hidden treasure on the edge of our great little city, popular with families and dog walkers alike.
Come and join in with Butterfly Conservation's Big Butterfly Count. Sunday 1st August at 3.30pm - Meet at Kenwyn Church There will be 15 minutes searching for butterflies in the churchyard, then a short walk down to Epiphany House to search again.
Established in 2001, Llama Lland is renowned for its quality and enjoyment factor. Due to the growing popularity in Llamas and being a one of a kind business in Cornwall, Llama Lland has become a sought-after attraction for those looking for a natural experience in the beautiful countryside.
The favourite park of Truro's children, here you will find the refurbished children's natural play area with swings, slides, climbing equipment and sandpits as well as perfect place for small children to cycle, scoot and enjoy the open space.