The 400 metre trail weaves its way through the millennium meadow and offers those with reduced mobility an opportunity to enjoy the diverse wildlife in the park. Ideal for wheelchairs and pushchairs, the trail loops past the pond which attracts frogs and toads in spring, and in the summer sees a burst of colourful wildflowers and a range of dragon flies.
A five kilometre walk runs on the disused Haverhill to Sudbury line which operated from 1865 until 1967. The railway has become a corridor brimming with wildlife where you can expect to see orange tipped, speckled wood butterflies. Wildflowers and shrubs provide a carpet of colour and the blossoming blackthorn produces fruit that can be made into sloe gin.