Within the Thames Chase Community Forest there are ten Forestry Commission woodlands, each offering visitors a great day out and place to relax, walk, cycle and play.
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This small woodland, with its planted glades and wildflower meadows offers visitors great views of Ingrebourne Valley.
Bonnetts Wood provides a quiet haven off the beaten track. A great place for walking and wildlife watching.
Cely Woods offers visitors an excellent network of trails and is home to a rich numerous insects and flowers. Great links to Belhus Woods.
Within this woodland you'll find waymarked walking routes, perfect picnic spots and stunning views. On a good day you can see as far as the Millennium Dome and the London Eye.
This friendly sites offers easy walking and a place for visitors to relax. For a longer walk or ride, cross over to Pages Wood or Tylers Common.
Walk the dog or jog, ride your horse or mountain bike, picnic or play, or just kick back and relax. You can do it all at Ingrebourne Hill.
Explore a variety of woodland paths in this ancient woodland or take the children to play in the two adjacent play areas.
Pages Wood provides visitors with a variety of walking trails and safe off-road cycling for the kids.
Visit Broadfields and the Thames Chase Forest Centre for a day of walking, cycling, wildlife watching or adventure play. The Forest Centre has a cafe and shop to help you refuel after your adventures.
Go for a gentle stroll in Tylers Wood and see right across the Docklands and the City of London.
Did you know..?
That in partnership with the Forestry Commission and other organisations, the Thames Chase Trust's target is to plant 5.5million trees on over 2,000ha (5,000 acres) of land in the Thames Chase area by 2030.