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We are very lucky to live 10 minutes from this amazing forest and I cannot day enough about it! It’s so tranquil. There’s plenty of wildlife to see and lots of different paths to take. Theres always something new to see even when you’ve been...More
There are many paths open to the public through this forest, which is made up of divers habitats from open fields to dense woodland. The forest is notable for its huge, ancient oak trees. Walking is excellent.
We decided to go for a hike near Marlborough in the Savernake Forest. We only explored a small portion of the 4500 acres. Our 10yr old discovered 2 twig forts, one tree swing, and 2 trail markers carved from tree stumps in the shape of...More
This forest is absolutely breathtaking, so much beauty to see and wildlife. I was lucky enough to see a red deer. But, we got completely lost didn't know where we were, or where we had to go... for 5 hours!!! Thanks to the goodness of...More
This may not be overly helpful but i camp every year just under Uffington Hill - Britchcombe Farm. it's £8/night, the forest is protected so you will have to purchase wood from the local farmer, he comes round in his van... More
This may not be overly helpful but i camp every year just under Uffington Hill - Britchcombe Farm. it's £8/night, the forest is protected so you will have to purchase wood from the local farmer, he comes round in his van every evening to see if you need any thing and then moves on. You can have open fires and bbqs, there are electric hook ups and room for trailers. The farm is just across the road and has a tea room which opens at the weekends. They have showers there too, they also offer fresh local eggs laid from their hens and local honey etc. Pets are allowed also. the forest boasts a little stream and the trail has horses that you can feed. Owls hoot at night and sparrows soar the sky during the day. it's beautiful - for us anyway!