Levens Deer Park


Open all year round, the marked public footpaths that make their way through privately owned Levens Deer Park reveal some of the most beautiful and timeless scenery in the country – a haven for wildlife and a breath of peace and tranquillity in a busy world. To avoid disturbing either, we ask that visitors stay on the footpaths and that dogs are kept on a lead at all times.

Landscaped some 300 years ago at the same time as the gardens, Levens Deer Park  is home to a herd of black fallow deer, and a herd of rare-breed Bagot goats. With their distinctive white coats, black faces and large curved horns, the goats are believed to be Britain’s oldest breed of goat with a documented ancestry.

Levens Deer Park is located opposite the main entrance to Levens Hall and can be accessed on either side of Levens Bridge.  

Deer Park by Drone