The Park can be visited in many ways: on foot, by bike, by canoe, by carriage, on horseback...
The most important thing is to leave no trace of your passage in the woodlands, in the fields, and along the dirt roads you will cross; enter the Park on tiptoe and stop in the recreational areas without disturbing the wildlife and upsetting the delicate balance of the ecosystems.
In order to give visitors the opportunity to discover the Park, several itineraries have been created, as well as structures and facilities at the visitors' disposal (Park Centers and Park Points).
Visitors can freely visit the Park on foot or by bike along the trails and cycling routes, alone or together with one of the Park Naturalistic Tour Guides; along the paths, they will find information panels with useful information on the Park.
The pedestrian and cycling path network of the Park is called "Vie Verdi del Ticino".
The cycling routes develop for a total of about 122 km and the total network of cycling and pedestrian paths develops for about 780 km.
Already since the early 1990s, Ticino Park has been organizing training courses for Naturalistic and Hiking Tour Guides.
The applicants, after attending a theoretical and practical course and taking and passing a qualification exam, are included in the official professional register.