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Explore Ramscombe
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After a 2km drive along the forest tracks of Great Wood you will arrive at the picturesque area of Ramscombe. Ramscombe is the best place to start your day's activities whether it is a day of walking, cycling, horse riding or a picnic.

Here you will find our 2 mile Red Walk Trail, toilets, barbeques and picnic tables (some are even specially designed for wheelchair use). The car park currently opens at 7am-10pm during the summer (March-October) and 7am-6pm during the winter (November-February).

Parking charges apply

Cars cost £1 for up to 2 hours or £2 for all day.
Minibuses costs £4 and coaches cost £8.

Regular visitors can save money and support the wood with a Discovery Pass, which costs £20 gives free parking all year and a range of other benefits. Visit www.forestry.gov.uk/pass for more details.



Please tell us about your visit

Please email us at westengland@forestry.gsi.gov.uk if you have an enquiry, a complaint or would like a personal reply to your comments.

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Last updated: 25th August 2016

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What's Here?

  • Barbeque
  • Cycling
  • Parking (chargeable)
  • Picnic
  • Walking
  • Toliets
  • Horse riding
  • Due to the number of bridleways in this wood horse riding is free of charge.
More about what's here

Location

OS Grid ref: ST182378
Postcode: TA5 1HN

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Contact

West England District
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0300 067 4800
westengland@­forestry.gsi.gov.uk

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