From the extensive pine woodlands and heathlands in the Wareham and Ringwood areas, to the beautiful beech woodlands of Cranborne Chase, the forests of Dorset are a delight to discover.
Covering 35 square miles, the forest was formerly a royal hunting forest. It is now a place of few crowds and much peace with the largest area of old oak trees in Britain.
A very popular wood on the outskirts of Bristol consisting of mixed broadleaves and open coppice areas. Ideal for walking.
Cardinham contains over 250 hectares of mixed woodland set within a complex series of impressive steep valleys and narrow ravines. Ideal area for walking, cycling and horse-riding.
Nightingale Wood in South Marston is a unique wildlife site. It is a new woodland and wetland site with a variety of birdlife.