Alice Holt Forest Woodland Park
Bucks Horn Oak near
Telephone: 01420 520212
There's so much to do here! You can walk, cycle, play family games or just have a picnic in these lovely woods!
Experience the high life up in the trees with Go Ape, take a relaxing break in our stylish cafe and finish your visit to Alice Holt with a quiet stroll in one of the more remote parts of the forest.
There are walking trails of various lengths and the Habitat Trail, a family walk with giant play sculptures.
There is also a 3D maze and 2 play areas on site.
Playwood is located near the Cafe and is suitable for younger children. Timberline Play area is at the back of Timberline Meadow, close to a Go Ape course with swings, tunnels and walkways through the trees.
There is a Family Cycle Trail on site and cycle hire and repairs through Quench Cycles.
Wibbly Wobbly Weblink
It may be worth checking out Alice Holt Forest Woodland Park's website to see if there are any special events or seasonal fun things to do that may be going on during the day.
We do strongly suggest you contact Alice Holt Forest Woodland Park before you set off on your family day out, just to make sure they are open and to confirm admission prices, as there is nothing worse than disappointed kids in the back of your car after a long journey.
Gates open at 8am. Gates close at 5pm November to February, 7pm March and April, 9pm May to August, 7pm Setpember and October.
The Cafe on the Green provides a fabulous array of freshly prepared food, hot and cold drinks and ice cream. The Cafe is located in the forest centre, close to the car parks, facilities and Playwood.
The Cafe on the Green provides a fabulous array of freshly prepared food.
"i need a wee"
The toilets are located in the forest centre, close to the car parks, cafe and Playwood.
"are we there yet?"
From the A31 turn off at Farnham onto the A325. Stay on the A325 for approximately 3 miles. From Portsmouth and Petersfield take the A325 towards Farnham. At the Halfway House Pub on the A325 turn off the main road following signs for Alice Holt Forest. The entrance is 300 yards along this road on the left. The nearest station is at Bentley. From here you can walk through Alice Holt Forest to the forest centre along public rights of way. Alternatively take the train to Farnham and catch a bus to Bucks Horn Oak. Stagecoach number 18 runs from Farnham Station to Bucks Horn Oak, stopping at the Halfway House Pub on the A325. It is just a short walk from here to the forest. For satnav users, the postcode is GU10 4LS.
...got any top tips?
Pop into the cafe on site to pick up a map, then plan your visit from there. Why not walk the Lodge Pond Trail? (marked with blue footprints). It is a more off-road trail, which takes in the centre of the forest and leads to Lodge Pond. The trail can get muddy! We recommend you book Go Ape and cycle hire in advance during busy times.
Prices & Admission
Admission is free!
Pay and Display parking charges apply. Coach and minibus parking charges also apply.
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