There are 13 National Parks in England and Wales, with a further 2 in Scotland. This is a link to the indivisual national park pages where we have walks. If you run a website in those areas, either offficial or not, then get in touch if you’d like your walks featured on the Mud and Routes Database.
Created in 1951. Area = 1438km²
Created in 1951. Area = 2292km²
Created in 1951. Area = 2142km²
Dartmoor National Park.
Created in 1951. Area = 956km²
Created in 1952. Area = 620km²
Created in 1952. Area = 1436km²
Created in 1954. Area = 1769km²
Created in 1954. Area = 693km²
Northumberland National Park.
Created in 1956. Area = 1049km²
Created in 1957. Area = 1351km²
The Broads National Park*.
Created in 1989. Area = 303km²
Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park (Pàirc Nàiseanta Loch Laomainn is nan Tròisichean)
Created in 2002 Area = 1,865 720km²
Cairngorms National Park – (Pàirc Nàiseanta a’ Mhonaidh Ruaidh)
Created in 2003. Area = 4,528km²
New Forest National Park.
Created in 2005. Area = 580km²
South Downs National Park.
Created in 2010. Area = 1641km²
*note that the Broads are not named as a National Park in law, but are afforded the same level of protection and decided to adopt the name National Park to reflect that.