The paved roads and paths in Dyrehaven provide easy access for everyone – also for the walking-impaired, wheelchair users and prams. The five famous hunting roads for parforce hunting, which have been accepted to the UNESCO list of candidates to become World Heritage sites, cut through Dyrehaven and meet at the Eremitageslot (Hermitage Palace).
With the many good roads and paths, Jægersborg Dyrehave offers many types of activities and, if everyone respects nature and each other, there is room for quiet forest hikers, children from daycare centres, families on picnics, joggers and other sports.
Nowhere else in the world is it possible to get so close to red deer, roe deer, fallow deer and sika deer as in Jægersborg Dyrehave, and the rut in particular has become a great attraction. It is important to remember that the deer are wild animals and must remain wild, so it is important that visitors to Dyrehaven do not feed the deer or in some other way try to get closer to them, as deer that start to become tame will be shot.