Alice Holt Woodland Park

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Alice Holt Woodland Park: The great diversity of trees can be seen at their full potential as they turn a kaleidoscope of reds, yellows and golds. The vibrant array of trees are easily viewed following the Easy Access Trail (red markers). Alternatively, follow the longer Lodge Pond Trail (blue markers) taking you through a variety of habitats.

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Barbecue:5.7/10
Angling:6.4/10
Walk:8.3/10
Popularity rank: #1297
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Hampshire, South East England, Wessex, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
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Alice Holt Forest

Whether you have come to walk, cycle, picnic, or see the wildlife, there is something at Alice Holt for everyone who loves the countryside. Don't miss the autumn colour at Alice Holt Forest or Go Ape.

Directions:

From the A31 turn off at Farnham onto the A325 going south. Stay on the A325 for appromimately three miles then turn left following signs to the Woodland Park.

The Habitat Trail

Wander around the Habitat trail and you maybe suprised to come across a 15ft high Owl with a 6ft. mouse, a lookout tower to see what the spotted woodpecker is watching, enormous bats and moths searching their night sky landscape or adventure into the dragonfly's world. This amazing trail will thrill all ages and tire out the energetic!

Directions:

The Habitat Trail can be started from Main entrance in Alice Holt Woodland Park which is part of Alice Holt Forest. Farnham is the nearest town or village.

Lodge Pond Trail

The Lodge Pond Trail is a very attactive route which takes you into the heart of the forest. The highlight of the walk however is Lodge Pond. It is believed that Lodge Pond was created as one of a series of fisheries by Medieval monks. They would have used it to breed carp which formed an important part of their diet. This is an excellent trail for all the family as it offers both the excitement of the play areas and the serenity of the peaceful woodland. Please be aware that the Lodge Pond Trail follows unsurfaced woodland paths for much of its route and is unsuitable for pushchairs.

Directions:

Lodge Pond Trail can be started from Main entrance in Alice Holt Woodland Park which is part of Alice Holt Forest. Farnham is the nearest town or village.

Willows Green Trail

This is the shortest trail in Alice Holt. The Willows Green Trail can also be accessed direct from the Forest Centre. It is ideal for getting a feel for what the forest has to offer to walkers. Its short length belies the range of woodland habitats it offers. From the atmospheric gloom of dark green conifers to the brighter woodlands of mature oak. The trail is surfaced throughout but can be slightly boggy in places during wet weather. Despite this it is perfectly suitable for pushchairs

Directions:

Willows Green Trail can be started from Main entrance in Alice Holt Woodland Park which is part of Alice Holt Forest. Farnham is the nearest town or village

Barbeques

There are 3 bookable BBQ pitches on site at Alice Holt Forest

Opening times:

Which can be hired between 10am-3pm or 4pm-close (summer months only).

Booking Information:

Please contact the Forest Office on +44 1420 23666 to check availability and to book.

Fishing

Permits are available through Farnham Angling Society.

Directions

How to get here

Car

From the A31 turn off at Farnham onto the A325 going south. Stay on the A325 for appromimately three miles and pass Birdworld, then turn left at Bucks Horn Oak, following signs to the Woodland Park

Admission

Opening Times:

never closes

Prices:

Free

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Address: Alice Holt Forest, Hampshire, UK

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